Clover

Preserving History Clover Power Station

Fly ash and bottom ash are collected in the facility’s air pollution equipment and transferred in a dry state to the onsite lined landfill. The Clover landfill is permitted by the Virginia DEQ and is constructed with a high density polyethylene liner that extends under the adjacent leachate collection system.

Two prior landfills areas reached their maximum storage capacity in April 2003 and were subsequently closed in compliance with Virginia DEQ regulations.

Clover also has two sludge sedimentation basins used for settling wastewater solids, including FGD, prior to removal and disposal the landfill. The sludge sedimentation basins are being retrofitted with a CCR rule compliant liner. The water from these ponds is recirculated and FGD wastewater is not released.

 

Protecting Surrounding Wildlife

We lend a hand in banding some peregrine falcon chicks that are nesting at one of our power stations.

Keeping Our Waterways Clean

Meet our power station biologists who have a passion for the outdoors and are committed to protecting the environment.



 

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some FAQs about our Coal Ash Pond Management & Closures