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December 10, 2018 | Legal Document

New Source Construction and Part 70 Operating Permit Joint Comments

Southwestern Indiana Citizens for Quality of Life, Valley Watch, Sierra Club, Citizens Action Coalition, and Earthjustice submit the following comments regarding the draft New Source Construction and Part 70 Operating Permit published by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management for Riverview Energy Corporation’s proposed direct coal hydrogenation plant in Dale, Spencer County, Indiana.

October 22, 2018 | Legal Document

CCR Rule Phase One, Part One Petition For Review

Pursuant to Section 7006(a)(1) of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, 42 U.S.C. § 6976(a)(1), Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 15, and D.C. Circuit Rule 15, Waterkeeper Alliance, Inc., Clean Water Action, Prairie Rivers Network, Hoosier Environmental Council, HEAL Utah, and Sierra Club file this petition for review of the final action of Respondents United States Environmental Protection Agency and Andrew Wheeler, Acting Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, entitled Hazardous and Solid Waste Management System: Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals From Electric Utilities; Amendments to the National Minimum Criteria (Phase One, Part One) 2 and issued on July 30, 2018. See 83 Fed. Reg. 36,435 (July 30, 2018).

October 15, 2018 | Feature

The Impacts Of The Ash

As we fight the Trump administration’s attempts to weaken protections for our air and water, Americans explain how coal ash contaminates our lives.

September 27, 2018 | Legal Document

Oklahoma Coal Ash Plan RCRA Complaint

Plaintiffs Waterkeeper Alliance, Inc., Local Environmental Action Demanded Agency, Inc. (“LEAD Agency”), and Sierra Club (collectively “Plaintiffs”) hereby bring a citizen suit pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 6972(a)(2) against Defendants Andrew Wheeler, Acting Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (collectively “EPA” or “Defendants”), for failing to perform a nondiscretionary duty required by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”) to develop and publish minimum guidelines for public participation in state coal combustion residuals (“coal ash” or “CCR”) programs. Plaintiffs also allege violations of RCRA and the Administrative Procedure Act (“APA”) by Defendants for unlawfully approving Oklahoma’s coal ash permit program.

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