on the closure of 29 coal ash ponds at 11 active and defunct coal-fired power plants across the state around the same time as the release of the nonprofits' report last month. Scott Surovell, who is a lead sponsor of the coal ash legislation, said Dominion has become more open to moving or recycling coal ash than it was in previous years because neighboring states have had success doing so at lower-than-expected costs. Plant Kraft was retired in 2015 and Georgia Power has already removed the coal ash from the site. Northam is also proposing to use some of the money for economic development in coal communities in a bid to gain GOP support. In the Vanston and James Funeral Home, 1401. The utility's plans call for the complete excavation of 19 ash ponds located adjacent to lakes or rivers, with the remaining 10 being closed in place using "advanced engineering methods and closure technologies." "Georgia Power is meeting the compliance requirements outlined in the federal and.
He was a 1990 graduate of the Scranton Technical High School. Northam is also supporting a GOP-backed bill to make it easier for rural communities to access matching grants to reduce polluted runoff from roads and parking lots that winds up in the Chesapeake Bay. The required 5 feet or more separation was not achieved at Plants McIntosh, Bowen, Hammond, Scherer and Wansley. Northam also backed legislation Thursday to require coal ash to be removed from unlined pits and either recycled or moved to EPA-approved landfills. A blessing service will be Tuesday at 6:30.m.