- Amy Dominello Braun
- Digital Content Editor- Triad Business Journal
The machine agitates the river bottom and vacuums up the water and sediment. The coal ash is then filtered out and sent to a lined landfill in Person County, while clean water is returned to the river.
The deposit, a result of the Feb. 2 spill that dumped between 30,000 and 39,000 tons of ash into the Dan River, is near the Schoolfield Dam and close to where Danville draws its drinking water.
It is the largest deposit found outside of where the spill occurred at the Dan River Steam Station in Eden…
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