||Coal Combustion Waste Impoundment Task 3 - Dam Assessment Report. John E. Amos Plant (Site 26), Fly Ash Dam Complex, American Electric Power, St. Albans, West Virginia. Final Report.
||Dewberry and Davis, Fairfax, VA.; Lockheed Martin Services, Inc., Edison, NJ.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Electric power production plants ;
Dam safety ;
Coal wastes ;
Waste management ;
Surface impoundments ;
Structural stability ;
Coal ash ;
John E Amos Plant ;
American Electric Power ;
St Albans(West Virginia)
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is embarking on an initiative to investigate the potential for catastrophic failure of Coal Combustion Surface Impoundments (i.e., management unit) from occurring at electric utilities in an effort to protect lives and property from the consequences of a dam failure or the improper release of impounded slurry. The EPA initiative is intended to identify conditions that may adversely affect the structural stability and functionality of a management unit and its appurtenant structures (if present); to note the extent of deterioration (if present), status of maintenance and/or a need for immediate repair; to evaluate conformity with current design and construction practices; and to determine the hazard potential classification for units not currently classified by the management unit owner or by a state or federal agency. The initiative will address management units that are classified as having a Less-than-Low, Low, Significant or High Hazard Potential ranking.