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Company Ranked 11th Fastest-Growing Privately Held Company in Greater Louisville Area LOUISVILLE, KY (October 24, 2008) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, has been named the 11th fastest growing privately owned company in Greater Louisville by Business First of Louisville. This is the first year Charah has… Read more »

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Local individuals and organizations recognized for technological achievement Louisville, KY (9/30/08) – The Technology Network of the Greater Louisville Region recently announced the recipients of its 2008 Top 10 Awards. The awards recognize individuals and organizations in ten categories for outstanding achievements in technology intensive projects or initiatives.

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LOUISVILLE, KY (July 22, 2008) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, announced today that it has launched a line of recycled, environmentally-friendly coal ash products as part of its new EcoProducts Series. EcoAggregate™: a coarse aggregate typically used as base material for commercial building pads, asphalt aggregate,… Read more »

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LOUISVILLE, KY (July 3, 2008) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, yesterday received a special recognition award in the category of “Partnership” from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Coal Combustion Products Partnership (C2P2) program.

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LOUISVILLE, KY (April 7, 2008) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, today announced that it has received a United States patent for its method and system for beneficiating gasification slag. This innovative processing system, designed for power plants that use Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Technology, can… Read more »

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Louisville stands to gain 40 new jobs, $1.7 million in new annual payroll and more than $23.6 million in new investment as three companies consider Louisville for location and expansion projects. The projects were approved for incentives at this morning’s Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority Meeting in Frankfort.