Tailings Impoundment Closure: It's All in the Eye of the Beholder
Since the early 1900s, the mining and power-generation industries have disposed of tailings and other waste products using impoundments. The term "tailings" typically refers to the fine-grained waste product...

House Passes Bill to Authorize State Permitting Programs for Coal Ash Facilities

Unique Coal-Blending Facility Simplifies Operations For Pennsylvania Power Station

Tennessee Coal Ash Spill Prompts EPA Action, Separate Investigations

NewsBriefs: Funds for Clean Coal to be Reallocated (Department of Energy)

Cumulative Hydrologic Impact Assessment of West Virginia Coal Mine Permits Using HSPF and WCMS

NewsBriefs: Partnership Promotes Coal Ash Use (Edison Electric Institute)

Evaluating the Liquefaction Potential of Coal Waste Impoundments

Environmental Studies: Federal Standards Needed for Coal Waste Basins

Contaminant Transport through a Coal Washery Discard Reactive Well

The Los Angeles Export Terminal's Coal Transportation Link to the Pacific Rim

Seismic Stability of Coal-Waste Tailing Dams

Grouting to Control Coal Mine Subsidence

Recyclable Coal Ash Fills Maryland Highway

Dynamic Compaction to Remediate Coal Spoil

Bring Attention to Coal-Tar

Coal's Clean Comeback
At Tampa's new power station, engineers from the power plant industry meet those from the chemical industry to construct an environmentally safe way to use low-cost coal....

Geotechnical Study and Remediation Design for Coal Mine Spoil Instability in Discontinuous Permafrost — A Case Study

Practical Experiences with Sealing Technology in the Czech Republic

Sources of Greatest Acidity in a Coal-Mined Watershed

 

 

 

 

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