Location: Chatham County, North Carolina
Capacity: 12 million tons
Duke Energy has contracted with Charah Inc., an industry expert in coal ash management, to develop fully lined structural fill projects at former clay mines in Lee and Chatham counties in North Carolina. In cases where on-site landfills are not practical or state law establishes aggressive closure deadlines, these structural fill projects offer central locations and safe storage. They also recycle ash – a valuable construction material – in place of soil to make land usable in the future.
More than 4 million tons of material from the Riverbend Steam Station in Mt. Holly, N.C., and 2 million tons from the Sutton Plant in Wilmington, N.C., will be transported primarily by rail to Brickhaven mine on Moncure Flatwood Road. An additional 6 million tons of coal ash will be excavated from five basins at the nearby Cape Fear Plant, which will be transported by truck.
Have a question? Email your question to us at CoalAshQuestions@duke-energy.com.
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|Structural Fill Projects (PDF)||Resource||11/09/2017|
|Clay Mine Structural Fill Projects FAQ (PDF)||Resource||04/13/2015|
|Charah and Beneficial Reuse Projects (PDF)||Resource||11/14/2014|
|Clay Mine Reclamation Fact Sheet (PDF)||Resource||11/13/2014|
|Structural Fill Fact Sheet (PDF)||Resource||11/13/2014|