A Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) Management Plans

In accordance with Solid Waste Management Rule 391-3-4-.07(5), effective November 22, 2016, a landfill owner or operator must incorporate a CCR Management Plan into the facility’s Design and Operational Plan before the initial receipt of CCR. Landfills that accepted CCR before the effective date of the Rule and will continue to accept CCR after the effective date must do so by May 22, 2017. CCR, or coal combustion residuals, are also known as coal ash.     

Georgia EPD has approved the following CCR management plans and incorporated them into the landfill permit:

Facility Name Permit # County Documents Date Posted
R&B Landfill, Inc. 006-009D(MSWL) Banks

Approval

Plan

Supporting Documents

May 19, 2017
Waste Industries-Taylor County Landfill 133-003D(SL) Taylor

Approval

Plan

Supporting Documents

May 19, 2017
Chesser Island Road Landfill 024-006D(SL) Charlton

Approval

Plan

Supporting Documents

May 22, 2017
Turkey Run Municipal Solid Waste Landfill 099-019D(MSWL) Meriwether

Approval

Plan

Supporting Documents

May 22, 2017
Superior Landfill & Recycling Center 025-070D(MSWL) Chatham

Approval

Plan

Supporting Documents

May 23, 2017
WM-Pine Bluff MSW Landfill, Inc. 028-039D(SL) Cherokee

Approval

Plan

Supporting Documents

May 23, 2017