Charah is the largest privately-held provider of coal combustion product (CCP) management for the coal-fired power generation industry in the U.S. We have 30 years of extensive experience developing and implementing CCP management solutions and over 20 million tons of ash under management.
Charah is a successful marketer of fly and bottom ash products to the construction materials industry and other industries. We beneficially use over 6 million tons of ash each year.
Innovation – We innovate. Period. No one has found innovative solutions like we have and no one is as entrepreneurial as we are.
Our experience and market evaluation in all aspects of fly ash recycling add value to our power plant clients by allowing an efficient analysis of the market opportunities and logistics costs to determine if the source of fly ash can penetrate and sustain a market position. Learn more »
PriceLite® is Charah’s top of the line lightweight aggregate used primarily in the production of lightweight concrete blocks and precast concrete products. Charah understands the needs of concrete products producers and we take great pride in the quality and consistency of our PriceLite® product. Learn more »
Charah has extensive experience in ash pond excavation, management and closure including Clean Closure and Cap-in-Place solutions. We take pride in our ability to customize each coal ash impoundment project to suit the specific needs of the utility and ensure compliance with all EPA mandated coal combustion residuals (CCR) regulations and deadlines. Learn more »
With 30 years of experience in constructing, operating and managing structural fill projects and assisting coal-fired utilities in beneficially using CCPs, Charah has become the industry leader for innovative solutions. Learn more »
April 24, 2017 – The Honorable Rick Perry, Secretary of Energy and former Governor of Texas, gave the opening remarks at the National Coal Council meeting on Wednesday April 19, 2017 and defined the goals for the Department of Energy under the Trump administration. His remarks highlighted a “true all of the above” energy policy… Read more »
April 17, 2017 – On April 12, 2017 EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt responded to multiple requests from impacted parties to reconsider the Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for the Steam Electric Power Generating Point Source Category, commonly referred to the ELG requirements. In taking this step, EPA is placing a stay on the deadlines for… Read more »
April 11, 2017 – Two American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) representatives were named to a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency panel that is charged with negotiating Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) requirements under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA.) ACAA Technical Committee Chair Rafic Minkara of Headwaters Resources and Danny Gray of Charah, LLC will represent ACAA… Read more »