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Tennessee Division of Solid Waste Management. Air and Waste Management Association - August 2010. TVA Kingston Update. 6/14/2010 – TDEC issues $11.5MM multi-year penalty to TVA for release Time Critical work to remove ash from river ended 6/28/2010

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Tennessee division of solid waste management

Tennessee Division of Solid Waste Management

Air and Waste Management Association - August 2010


Tva kingston update
TVA Kingston Update

  • 6/14/2010 – TDEC issues $11.5MM multi-year penalty to TVA for release

  • Time Critical work to remove ash from river ended 6/28/2010

  • 2,760,656 CY dredged as of 7/1/2010, with additional

    749,073 CY excavated, for a total of ~3.5MM CY

  • As of 7/2/2010, 2.688 MM tons ash shipped to Arrowhead Landfill in Perry County Alabama .

  • Emory River reopened to Public on May 29, 2010

  • Work continues for design and implementation of closure for remaining released ash and relic structure.


Tva kingston
TVA Kingston

January 2009

June 2010




Regulatory changes
Regulatory Changes

Not surprisingly, with the economy being down significantly, Tipping fees and State appropriation dollars were down as well.

The main thrust of this year’s rulemaking effort revolved around adjustments to fees (the first major adjustment to Tennessee’s fee schedule since Subtitle D was adopted).


Regulatory changes continued
Regulatory Changes (Continued)

The Fee schedule was adjusted for:

  • Annual Maintenance Fee

  • Special Waste Evaluation

  • Special Waste Recertification


New policies
New Policies

  • Transportation Related Spills

  • New Design and Operating Criteria for facilities managing Secondary Aluminum Smelter Dross


On the horizon
On The Horizon

  • Permanent Records Retention

  • Changes in Financial Assurance Requirements

  • Permit Renewal Process (w/fees)

  • Increasing vegetative cover thickness

  • Additional erosion control requirements

  • Compost regulation revisions


For more information
For more Information:

Contact:

Jeff Norman at: (615) 532-0876

[email protected]

or,

Glen Pugh at: (615) 532-0818

[email protected]


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