A large-diameter leachate pipes rise up at the lip of the state-of-the-art lined coal ash landfill in Person County, NC. Chatham County has agreed to host a similar landfill for Duke Energy in exchange for $19 million, which the county will use for environmental monitoring and possibly for catastrophic insurance.
A large-diameter leachate pipes rise up at the lip of the state-of-the-art lined coal ash landfill in Person County, NC. Chatham County has agreed to host a similar landfill for Duke Energy in exchange for $19 million, which the county will use for environmental monitoring and possibly for catastrophic insurance. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
A large-diameter leachate pipes rise up at the lip of the state-of-the-art lined coal ash landfill in Person County, NC. Chatham County has agreed to host a similar landfill for Duke Energy in exchange for $19 million, which the county will use for environmental monitoring and possibly for catastrophic insurance. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Chatham County agrees to take coal ash landfill for $19 million

June 16, 2015 07:13 PM

UPDATED June 17, 2015 05:10 AM

More Videos

  • U.S. District Court nominee struggles with basic questions of law in confirmation hearing

    U.S. District Court nominee Matthew Petersen was interviewed by Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) during his confirmation hearing on Dec. 13, 2017. In the exchange, Petersen acknowledged he had never tried a case in court and struggled to answer some basic questions of law.