Tuesday 19 February 2019
New law requires excavation of all sites in Chesapeake Bay watershed Today, Virginia legislators passed a law in a bipartisan effort to safely dispose of toxic coal ash stored on the banks of rivers in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The legislation will require the complete excavation of the more…
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Efforts continue to stop two huge pipelines that will cut through the region: the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Mountain Valley Pipeline. There are several legal challenges pending on both pipelines but construction continues. Waterkeepers Cheseapeake recently filed a request to the State Water Control Board asking…
Dominion's coal ash stockpile in Chesapeake is more than three times previous estimate By Dave Mayfield  When the Sierra Club filed a federal lawsuit against Dominion Virginia Power early last year over coal ash stored at the Chesapeake Energy Center, the environmental group wasn’t sure how much…

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