||Assessment of Dam Safety Coal Combustion Surface Impoundments (Task 3) Final Report, Duke Energy Corporation, Miami Fort Generating Station, North Bend, Ohio.
||CHA, Albany, NY.; Lockheed Martin, Edison, NJ.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Site assessments ;
Coal combustion surface impoundments ;
Dam safety inspections ;
Site visits ;
Visual observations ;
Containment dikes ;
Miami Fort Generating Station ;
Duke Energy Corporation ;
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The Duke Energy Corporation Miami Fort Generating Station is located in the very southwest corner of the State of Ohio on the north shore of the Ohio River at the confluence with the Great Miami River as shown in Figure 1 Project Location Map. The facility is located within Hamilton County, Miami Township about five miles southwest of the village of North Bend, Ohio. The state boundary with Indiana is approximately 1900 feet to the west of the site and the boundary with the State of Kentucky lies just offshore within the Ohio River. The I-275 Bridge over the Ohio River is about one mile southwest of the site and can be seen in Photo No. 48. The City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana is approximately two miles downriver (southwest) of the site. CHA was contracted by Lockheed Martin (a contractor to the United State Environmental Protection Agency) to perform site assessments of selected coal combustion surface impoundments (Project 0-381 Coal Combustion Surface Impoundments/Dam Safety Inspections). As part of this contract, CHA was assigned to perform a site assessment of Ash Pond A and Ash Pond B at Duke Energy Corporation (Duke) Miami Fort Generation Station. This facility and the ponds were originally constructed by the Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company.