TVA seeks public comment for future coal ash storage at Bull Run

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is asking for public input on plans to expand dry onsite storage of ash and other coal combustion products generated at Bull Run Fossil Plant. The project aims to provide greater capacity for managing coal combustion products at the facility and is consistent with the utility’s commitment to convert all wet coal combustion product storage systems to dry systems.

TVA is seeking public comment on the scope of the environmental impact statement. Comments will be accepted from May 21 to July 6, 2015.

The Notice of Intent document and comment form can be found here.

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