CCR Rule Compliance Data and Information

Cane Run Generating Station Assessment of Corrective Measures Public Meeting

On Thursday, March 11, LG&E will hold a live but virtual public meeting to receive feedback on its compliance plans with 40 CFR Part 257 Subpart D Standards for Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals in Landfills and Surface Impoundments for its Cane Run Generating Station. The meeting will be held from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM and can be accessed via (pre-registration is required).  All interested and affected parties are invited to attend the live but virtual meeting. If you are interested in attending but unable to do so, you may view the meeting after March 11 in its entirety at  You may also submit any questions or comments by completing the online form available at  As an additional alternative, you may provide comments in written format to LG&E at:

LG&E Environmental Affairs Department
Cane Run ACM Meeting
PO Box 32010
Louisville, KY 40232

In 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released its final Coal Combustion Residuals Rule that sets national standards for managing coal combustion residuals. The rule focuses on storage facilities’ locations, safety practices, groundwater protection standards and structural requirements.

Through the Rule, the EPA determined CCR materials are non-hazardous, and the beneficial reuse of these materials as an ingredient in concrete, cement, wall board, and other materials and as fill is safe and allowed.

Specific compliance data and information must be posted to a public website, called the CCR Rule Compliance Data and Information.

Improving land and water quality

Learn more about our ongoing investments at our power plants to protect the environment and communities we serve. 


Please note: Reports and plans found in this section are developed and posted according to federal regulatory requirements and compliance timelines. 

CCR current documents

In our CCR Rule Compliance Data and Information section, you can access the company’s plans for compliance and information about each of LG&E and KU’s facilities regulated under the CCR Rule.