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RECORD NUMBER: 941 OF 1030
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Tanner's Creek Bottom Ash Complex Assessment Report.|
|CORP Author||Lockheed Martin Astro Space, Philadelphia, PA.; O'Brien and Gere, Blue Bell, PA.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.|
|Additional Subjects||Dams ; Waste management ; Electric power production ; Surface impoundments ; Management units ; Maintenance requirements ; Monitoring instrumentation ; Modifications ; Inspections ; Geology ; Interviews ; Structural integrity ; Safety assessments ; Hazard potentials ; Records reviews ; Recommendations ; Visual inspections ; Coal-fired electric generating stations ; Dam safety assessments ; Tanner's Creek Bottom Ash Complex ; Coal combustion waste (CCW) impoundments ; Fossil fuel combustion wastes|
In response to the coal combustion waste (CCW) impoundment failure at the TVA/Kingston coal-fired electric generating station in December of 2008, the Environmental Protection Agency has initiated a nationwide program of structural integrity and safety assessments of CCW impoundments or management units. A CCW management unit is defined as a surface impoundment or similar diked or bermed management unit or management units designated as landfills that receive liquidborne material and are used for the storage or disposal of residuals or by-products from the combustion of coal, including, but not limited to, fly ash, bottom ash, boiler slag, or flue gas emission control residuals. The purpose of this work is to provide Dam Safety Assessments of CCW management units.