Joint AmerenUE/Charah®, Inc. Facility Annually Recycles 60,000 Tons of Ash for Concrete Mix ST. LOUIS, MO., June 29, 2007—The Missouri Waste Control Coalition today presented AmerenUE with an Outstanding Achievement Award for the AmerenUE/Charah®, Inc. concrete packaging facility at Labadie Power Plant.
LOUISVILLE, KY (March 27, 2007) – 2007 is a milestone year for Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, as the company celebrates its 20th Anniversary. Since the company was founded in 1987 in Madisonville, KY by Charles and Janet Price, Charah has been committed to serving the ash… Read more »
LOUISVILLE, KY (November 30, 2006) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, has been featured in the November issue of Concrete Products magazine. In an article entitled “Power Partners” by Concrete Products Editor Don Marsh, the recent opening of Charah and AmerenUE’s Labadie Power Plant’s unique concrete packaging… Read more »
Unique Facility Will Conserve Natural Resources by Annually Recycling 60,000 Tons of Ash for Concrete Mix for Sale at The Home Depot ST. LOUIS, MO., Sept. 20, 2006—AmerenUE’s Labadie Power Plant today officially opened a concrete packaging facility that will recycle more than 60,000 tons of fly and bottom ash annually into two million bags… Read more »
ATLANTA, GA (August 21, 2006) – The QUIKRETE® Companies today announced that it has entered a joint venture with Charah® Dry Mix LLC to manufacture and distribute selected products under the QUIKRETE® brand. Charah® Dry Mix LLC is a recent spin-off from Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry… Read more »
(LOUISVILLE) — In a effort to preserve and save the environment, E.ON and many others are giving one area of Louisville a makeover. Turning what was once a former sand mine into a beautiful soil and seeded community green space. It’s been a plea of activists for decades: do what it takes to save the… Read more »