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Say good-bye to hauling around dusty paper bags of concrete mix, mortar, grout, sand or gravel. Charah, Inc. has launched totally sealed plastic bags with two handles for a line of 14 different building material products, exclusively for The Home Depot’s Virginia locations. Charah’s innovative patent-pending packaging is easier to lift and carry, less likely… Read more »

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LOUISVILLE, KY (December 15, 2005) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, has been featured as the cover story for the December issue of Concrete Products magazine. In an article entitled “Paper Cut” by Concrete Products Editor Don Marsh, Charah’s innovative plastic bagged-packaged dry mix concrete product and… Read more »

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LOUISVILLE, KY (December 1, 2005) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, has been featured in the November/December issue of Platt’s POWER magazine. In an article entitled “Making IGCC Slag Valuable” by Ken Wicker, Charah’s patent-pending integrated gasification combined-cycle (IGCC) processing system used at Tampa Electric’s Polk Station… Read more »

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By Bill Wolfe The Courier-Journal A large, coal-fired power plant like Louisville Gas & Electric Co.’s 1,470-megawatt Mill Creek plant in southwestern Jefferson County can burn millions of tons of fuel a year — and leave behind hundreds of thousands of tons of ash that many plants flush into a sediment pond or haul to… Read more »

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LOUISVILLE, KY (April 19, 2005) – Charah®, Inc., a leading ash management provider for the coal-fired electric utility industry, has been awarded one of the first ever United States Environmental Protection Agency’s prestigious Coal Combustion Products Partnership (C2P2) awards. Charles Price, Charah President & CEO, accepted the first place award for Innovation during the C2P2… Read more »