Coal Ash Services is heading to Nashville, Tennessee for the 2015 World of Coal Ash conference. Look for us in the Exhibitor Hall at the Renaissance Hotel, May 4 – 7.
We are excited to announce the formation of Coal Ash Services, a joint venture between J.F. Brennan Company and Infrastructure Alternatives. Over the past ten years, our two companies have teamed together to tackle tough contaminated sediment cleanup projects and have found our services and approaches compliment each other very well, to the benefit of our clients and overall project performance.
Joining forces to provide turnkey services in the coal combustion products (CCP) market is a natural next step in our association. Together, we have the dredging, dewatering, construction and regulatory experience to deliver a complete, single-source solution for our clients’ coal ash management needs.
Please contact us to learn more.
EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy, signed the Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals from Electric Utilities final rule on December 19, 2014, and it has been submitted for publication in the Federal Register. (Read the pre-publication version of the rule here.)
EPA is also proposing to amend the effluent limitations guidelines and standards for the Steam Electric Power Generating category (40 CFR Part 423). A proposed rule was published on June 7, 2013. (Read the EPA’s fact sheet here.)
Coal Ash Services is following these regulations closely. Please check back frequently for updates.