2018 Workshop on Current Issues in Ponded CCPs

March 20-21, 2018

 

Location: Omni Richmond Hotel

  • Address: 100 South 12th St. / Richmond, VA, 23219, USA
  • Phone: 804-344-7000
  • Online reservations in our room block can be made using this link
  • Or you may call to make your reservation - tell hotel desk you are "with Center for Applied Energy Research"
  • Last Day to get Hotel Room Rate: February 12, 2018
  • Hotel Rate: $149/night + tax
  • Rate Available: Monday (3/19/18); Tuesday (3/20/18); Wednesday (3/21/18); Thursday (3/22/18)

Workshop Co-Organizers

The American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) and UK Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) are co-hosting a 2 day workshop on current issues in ponded CCP's.

Workshop Sponsor and Co-Organizer    

  • Additionally, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is a co-organizer and sponsor of the Current Issues in Ponded CCP's workshop. Their support is greatly appreciated.

Interested in Becoming a Workshop Sponsor or Exhibitor?

  • This document contains both information about exhibiting and sponsoring, as well as a form to sign up as an exhibitor or sponsor: Click here.
  • Questions? Contact Brooke Pirmann - (Brooke.Pirmann@ACAA-usa.org or 248-848-3817)

Registration and Fees

  • Fee (Early Bird): $695.00 per person. Early Bird ends 4PM on March 9, 2018. Late registration: $795.00.
  • Government/Academic institution Fee: $195.00 per person

  • Registration Questions? Contact Teresa Epperson - (teresa.epperson1@uky.edu or 859-257-0200)
  • Register Now: online Early Bird registration here - Any questions, contact Teresa Epperson.
  • Government/Academic institution employee registration: click here.
  • For registration by check, please download this form and mail it with your payment: PDF version, Word Doc version

About the Workshop Program

Expert speakers from the CAER and industry will make the presentations. Among the topics and case studies to be addressed are the following:

  • Seismic Issues
  • Regulatory Design Issues - Closure in Place
  • Response of Ash to Dewatering
  • Sampling and Instrumentation
  • Legal View of Current Environmental Issues
  • Ground Water Quality Changes after Closure in Place
  • Utility Specific Monitoring Strategies and Requirements
  • Groundwater Remediation Options

PDH Hours

Professional Development Hours (PDH) will be available. Please inquire at the workshop registration desk.

 

Workshop Origins ...

A similar workshop about issues in ponded CCPs was held in Tampa, Florida in February 2016 and in Northern Kentucky in November 2016. Prior to that, the first Ash Utilization Workshop was held in 2012 and the second in 2014. According to ACAA Executive Director Thomas Adams, "the response of the attendees at these events convinced us that we needed to offer a similar program again. The World of Coal Ash (WOCA), the flagship event for our industry, is held every other year. Some people that were not able to attend WOCA to get this information did not want to wait for the next WOCA. To serve that demand, CAER and ACAA responded with this event. The workshop has a less formal structure than is possible at WOCA, allowing for an examination of issues between speakers and attendees. It also provides the very latest updates on CCP recycling."

 

Any problems with this page should be directed to:

Thomas Pinkerton
University of Kentucky
Center for Applied Energy Research
2540 Research Park Drive
Lexington, KY 40511-8410, USA
Phone: 859-257-0224
Fax: 859-257-0220
Email

Scoops of various types of flyash