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TVA ANNOUNCES EXPANDING STORING CAPACITY AT BULL RUN FOSSIL PLANT

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The Tennessee Valley Authority is moving ahead with its proposal to expand the capacity for managing and storing coal combustion residuals at the Bull Run Fossil Plant in Claxton. TVA has committed to convert the handling and storage of coal ash and other byproducts of burning coal from a wet system to dry at all its fossil sites. As part of that process, TVA evaluated numerous sites on TVA property around Bull Run for a new dry storage landfill. TVA provided opportunities for the public and agencies to provide input on the proposed action throughout the process. The proposed project and final EIS are independent of a separate CCR impoundment closure recently completed at Bull Run, the press release said.

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