Presentation: Widows Creek CCR Facility Closures Lessons Learned

May 27, 2019

Presented at the World of Coal Ash 2019 Conference—this paper discusses lessons learned from the closure of the facility

By Chris Jones and Robert Fuller (Stantec) and James Mullins (Tennessee Valley Authority)

 

The Tennessee Valley Authority has recently completed closure in place construction for their coal combustion residuals (CCR) disposal units at the retired Widows Creek Fossil Plant. The facilities included a gypsum stack, dredge cell, and ash pond. Find out more about lessons learned associated with dewatering, instrumentation monitoring, stormwater management, CCR handling, and CCR preparation during the closure process.

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