Category Archives for CCP

HR 2273 – Coal Residuals Reuse & Management Act

On July 13th, the a bipartisan vote in the House Energy and Commerce Committee approved a bill that would block the EPA from regulating coal ash as a “hazardous waste” and also direct states to enact permit programs that have … Continue reading

05. October 2011 by Jason Hayes
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White House Petition – Request for Grassroots Support

We are reposting a request for grass roots supporters of the coal industry to take a few moments and sign the Citizens for Recycling First petition on the White House web site. The short description of the petition is that … Continue reading

26. September 2011 by Jason Hayes
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Here we go again

I just had an interesting contact from a reporter at an environmentally-themed government publication. The reporter was asking for my comment on a new NRDC report that lists the 20 “most toxic” states in the union. I won’t link to … Continue reading

15. August 2011 by Jason Hayes
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Charah, Inc. – New corporate headquarters uses recycled CCPs to meet LEEDs requirements

Admin note: We recently invited ACC member and coal combustion products (CCP) management experts, Charah, Inc. to prepare an editorial for the Coalblog and monthly member update newsletter. In this article, they describe how they beneficially used CCPs to help … Continue reading

29. May 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Coal ash use jeopardized by proposed EPA regulations

ACC CEO, Janet Gellici, quoted in the Citizens for Recycling First blog. “Use of CCPs has been increasing for the past four decades, evolving into a multi-billion dollar industry here in the U.S.,” said Janet Gellici, American Coal Council CEO. … Continue reading

24. February 2010 by Jason Hayes
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John Ward – Citizens for Recycling First confirmed to speak at ACC Spring Coal Forum

In a Coalblog post yesterday, we discussed the creation of a new citizen’s advocacy group — Citizens for Recycling First. As part of the ACCs continuing efforts to bring you the most up to date market information and business intelligence, … Continue reading

12. February 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Citizens for Recycling First

Since the failure of the TVA coal ash impoundment last December, we’ve been inundated with media and environmental group reports about the hazards of coal ash. However, a brief look at the science shows that coal ash is not so … Continue reading

11. February 2010 by Jason Hayes
Categories: CCP, Environment, Marketplace Information | 1 comment

ACC Releases Coal Ash Economic Assessment

Proposed EPA regulations to limit the recycling and beneficial use of CCPs (coal combustion products) could have some frightening implications for our economy and environment. CCP recycling and use currently provides $6.4 – $11.4 in annual economic benefits, significant environmental … Continue reading

20. January 2010 by Jason Hayes
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