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Board Announces Proposed Rules for 90-Day Comment Period in CCR Sub-Docket.pdf
In its rulemaking addressing coal combustion residual (CCR) surface impoundments, the Board opened a sub-docket to explore four separate issues in more detail: • Historic, unconsolidated coal ash fill in the State; The use of temporary storage piles of coal ash, including time and volume limits; • Fugitive dust monitoring plans for areas neighboring CCR surface impoundments; • The use of environmental justice screening tools. The Board solicited public comment on the four issues and received fourteen comments. One comment provided substantial information and proposed rule text on each of the four sub-docket issues. It was filed jointly filed by the Environmental Law & Policy Center, Little Village Environmental Justice Organization, Prairie Rivers Network, and Sierra Club (collectively Environmental Groups)
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Board Announces Proposed Rules for 90-Day Comment Period in CCR Sub-Docket.pdf
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