Posted by: Lawyer Sanders | April 13, 2010

Kentucky environmental attorney Sanders says NC Sierra Club issues report on using coal ash from power plants as structural fill material.

The North Carolina Sierra Club has issued an interesting report on one practice of coal ash waste disposal that until now has stayed largely in the regulatory shadows: the use of the material in structural fills for development projects such as roads and buildings.

The report is short and easy to read.  It is also an informative report with a warning about heavy metals leaching from coal ash wastes when used as structural fill.  NC Sierra Club report on use of coal ash

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