As a result of changing CCR regulations, the Chemical Pond at a partnering utility in Kentucky was scheduled for closure. Additionally, the customer wished to utilize the site for a future waste water treatment facility. The area needed to be stabili...View Case Study
As the result of a regulatory inspection, a Midwest utility was required to install two emergency spillways in existing CCR basins. The project included the reinforcement of existing spillways, site grading, road improvements, and modifications to pr...View Case Study
Regulatory changes mandated that an existing gypsum basin be converted to a dry stack, while maintaining the ability to receive sluiced gypsum and collect marketable material. To achieve the project goals, Trans Ash proposed a lined ditch to collect ...View Case Study
Following the construction of a new landfill and truck loading station, Trans Ash was awarded a landfill. haul road construction project to connect the two areas. This road would serve to supply CCR fill material to the newly constructed landfill as ...View Case Study
Due to new regulations, the sludge sediment basins at this coal-fired power plant required removal of the existing liner system and protective concrete cover. The basins were retrofitted with a new liner system meeting the requirements of Laws and C...View Case Study
Due to new regulations, a temporary lined basin needed to be constructed to accept plant, process water. To prepare the sub grade, bottom ash and rock were excavated and removed from the site. A concrete forebay and five, 36” HDPE pipes were construc...View Case Study
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