Air Pollution Control Board

Environment
9:16 pm
Wed November 20, 2013

LG&E to Pay $113,000 Settlement for Cane Run Odor, Dust Violations

Credit Erica Peterson / WFPL

Louisville Gas & Electric is set to pay more than $113,000 to the Air Pollution Control District for outstanding dust and odor violations at the company’s Cane Run Power Station.

The APCD board unanimously approved the settlement at a public forum on Wednesday.

LG&E proposed the settlement to cover fines that date back to early 2012.

The violations and fines stem from poorly maintained coal ash and odor from the plant that has plagued the nearby Cane Run neighborhood.

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Environment
5:28 pm
Tue June 12, 2012

Concerns About Coal Ash Raised During LG&E Air Permit Hearing

Turnout was small at a hearing this afternoon to take public comments on a pending air pollution permit.

Louisville Gas and Electric is seeking permits to install advanced pollution controls at its Mill Creek power plant in southwest Louisville. The company is taking the steps to comply with upcoming federal regulations that will limit the amount of pollution power plants can emit.

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