Duke Energy says it will fully excavate coal ash from

Duke Energy says it will fully excavate coal ash from

North Carolina orders Duke Energy to excavate all coal ash

Apr 01, 2019 · Duke Energy pleaded guilty in 2015 to federal environmental crimes after an investigation found the company allowed coal ash dumps at five power plants to leak toxic waste into water supplies.

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Duke Energy agrees to close all remaining coal ash ponds

Jan 02, 2020 · Duke officials said a full excavation would have cost $1.5 billion more than the deal the utility reached with regulators and environmental groups. Duke Energy to dig up all remaining coal ash

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NCDEQ Orders Duke Energy to Excavate All Remaining Coal

Duke Energy must submit closure plans to DEQ by August 1, 2019 detailing where Duke would send excavated coal ash and how long the process will take. The utility company will have the opportunity to propose beneficiation options (e.g. reusing coal ash to produce cementitious products, like concrete) as well as full excavation.

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Duke Energy says it will fully excavate coal ash from

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Coal Ash Basin Closure Progress- Duke Energy

Apr 09, 2019 · The North Carolina legislature on Thursday filed a bill that would prohibit Duke Energy from recovering the costs of coal ash clean up from ratepayers. House Bill 567 follows a ruling last week by

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NC Orders Duke To Dig Up Coal Ash At All Remaining Sites

Apr 01, 2019 · Updated: 6:49 p.m. The state Department of Environmental Quality has ordered Duke Energy to excavate coal ash from six remaining coal-fired power plants in North Carolina that don't already have

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North Carolina Orders Duke Energy To Excavate All Coal Ash

Apr 01, 2019 · Updated at 4:50 p.m. Duke Energy Corp. has been ordered to excavate coal ash from all of its North Carolina power plant sites, slashing the risk of toxic chemicals leaking into water supplies but

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North Carolina orders Duke Energy to excavate all coal ash

Apr 01, 2019 · Duke Energy pleaded guilty in 2015 to federal environmental crimes after an investigation found the company allowed coal ash dumps at five power plants to leak toxic waste into water supplies.

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Duke Energy challenges NCDEQ coal-ash order in court

Oct 14, 2019 · Duke Energy says the N.C. Deparment of Environmental Quality decision would raise the costs of closing its ash ponds to $10.6 billion from an estimated $5.6 billion if it is allowed to cap them in

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North Carolina orders Duke Energy to excavate all coal ash

Apr 01, 2019 · Duke Energy pleaded guilty in 2015 to federal environmental crimes after an investigation found the company allowed coal ash dumps at five power plants to leak toxic waste into water supplies.

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Duke Energy Appeals N.C. Order to Excavate Nine Coal Ash

Apr 10, 2019 · Duke Energy Progress said April 11 it will appeal the North Carolina Dept. of Environmental Quality's order issued earlier this month to excavate nine remaining large coal ash pits at six power

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Duke: North Carolina coal ash pond excavation order to

Apr 11, 2019 · Updated 11 a.m. Duke Energy says it will file an appeal soon of state regulators' orders last week that it must excavate coal ash from …

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Duke Energy appeals coal ash cleanup order for NC sites

Apr 26, 2019 · Charlotte, NC. Duke Energy is appealing the order requiring the Charlotte-based company to excavate coal ash from nine basins, including its Allen Steam Station on Lake Wylie.

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Duke Energy "considering all options" on state order to

Apr 03, 2019 · Duke stored the coal ash in basins close to rivers that are used to cool its plants. In 2014, an estimated 39,000 tons of coal ash spilled into the Dan River near Eden, leading to numerous lawsuits and the examination of coal ash pits across the state. By its own studies, Duke Energy found that coal ash has leached from unlined pits at all 14 sites and has …

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Deal with NC requires Duke Energy to excavate 80M tons of

Jan 02, 2020 · Deal with NC regulators requires Duke Energy to excavate 80M tons of coal ash from six sites. Regulators in North Carolina have won a nearly complete victory in their battle with Duke Energy Corp

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Duke Energy to excavate coal ash, Belmont residents skeptical

May 04, 2021 · Withers says he grew up never knowing the pollutants in coal ash. "We went out there and played on it. Never thought a thing," he said. But after one of the worst coal ash spills in U.S. history, legislators ordered Duke Energy to close all …

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GUEST COLUMN: Duke Energy's coal ash plan isn't enough

Dec 10, 2021 · Duke Energy should provide Indiana communities the same level of coal ash cleanup as that in North Carolina, and excavate its leaking, polluting coal ash waste pits rather than leaving them for

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Future of toxic coal ash in Indiana up for debate | Energy

Feb 15, 2021 · Then in 2014, a Duke Energy coal ash pit released more than 39,000 tons of coal ash into North Carolina's Dan River. Officials in other states say they've learned from those catastrophes. "We can't afford an environmental disaster in Virginia like the one North Carolina suffered from the Duke Energy coal ash spill on the Dan River," Virginia

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GUEST COLUMN: Duke Energy's coal ash plan isn't enough

Dec 10, 2021 · Duke Energy should provide Indiana communities the same level of coal ash cleanup as that in North Carolina, and excavate its leaking, polluting coal ash waste pits rather than leaving them for

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Duke: Will take decades to excavate coal ash basins

May 27, 2016 · SHERILL'S FORD, NC (WBTV) - Executives with Duke Energy say it would take decades to excavate its coal ash basins, as ordered by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. Last week, DEQ released ratings for 25 of Duke's 33 coal ash ponds across the state that would require all of the company's coal ash basins be closed by 2024.

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