The settlement resolves all pending lawsuits and requires Ameren to build the landfill at least five feet above the ground surface.
Residents living near the site of a planned landfill for coal waste say some of their concerns have been answered with the passage of new zoning regulations Tuesday — but not all.
Labadie, Mo. (KMOX) – The years-long battle over how to handle coal ash from a Labadie, Missouri power plant could see another important vote this week. Ameren’s plan to build a storage facility for the tons […]
Labadie, Mo. (KMOX) – Franklin County Commissioners could sit down to work on hotly debated regulations concerning coal ash this week. Earlier this month, the commissioners listened to timed testimony from both Ameren and the […]
LEO’s Patricia Schuba says it’s critical state officials act now.
“My thought is, we’re in a better place than ever right now to actually stop this landfill,” says Patricia Schuba, President of the Labadie Environmental Organization.
Environmentalists are urging Springfield officials to reject a plan to expand the landfill where City Utilities of Springfield dumps its coal ash.
A three-day state hearing on Ameren Missouri’s planned coal ash landfill in Franklin County starts Monday in Jefferson City.
A public hearing has been scheduled in regards to Ameren’s request for a coal ash landfill.
At a meeting Tuesday night, residents claimed the existing coal ash from the Meramec facility is causing health problems.