The following is a collection of ash pond news from December 2022. Our intent is to provide you with important news pieces to help inform your business decisions and keep you up to date about the coal and ash pond industry.
This downloadable newsletter provides resources and explanations of ash pond news concerning a number of topics, including:
- Advocates in northwestern Indiana call for Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) to do a full coal ash remediation at the site of a soon-to-close Michigan City Generating Station coal plant along Lake Michigan.
- LG&E and KU Energy plan to retire four coal-fired generating stations, including two units at Jefferson County’s Mill Creek generating station due to cost efficiencies.
- In the San Fernando Valley, California, drought has led the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to begin developing a treatment system for groundwater in the San Fernando Valley groundwater basin.
- TCE Energy has recovered 2,598 barrels of crude oil, specifically tar sand crude oil, from the 14,000-barrel (600,000-gallon) spill in a creek located in Washington County, Kansas.