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 »
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 »
New Product Available in Select The Home Depot Stores in Virginia Charah, Inc. has signed an agreement with The Home Depot® to sell Charah’s new patent-pending lightweight concrete mix, PROJECT MIX, in 20 Virginia locations beginning in April 2005. This exclusive marketing brand will only be available at The Home Depot.