JM Stuart Station has 45 groundwater monitoring wells, 32 of which have been polluted above federal advisory levels based on samples collected between July 11, 2016 and October 03, 2017. Groundwater at this site contains unsafe levels of boron, cobalt, arsenic, molybdenum, lithium, selenium, radium, sulfate, barium and lead.Site description
Dayton Power & Light Company’s JM Stuart Generating Station is located in Brown County, Ohio, along the banks of the Ohio River and manmade Little Three Mile Creek. Stuart Station began operations in 1970 and at one time operated four coal-fired units that combined to generate 2,441 MW. The plant closed completely in June 2018 because of both an explosion that crippled unit one and economic pressures caused by the lower fuel alternative prices. Stuart Station no longer actively dumps CCR material into any of its landfills or coal ash ponds. At Stuart Station, Ponds 3A, 5, 6, 7/7A, 10 and Landfills 9 and 11 are regulated under the CCR-rule. You can find the industry reported data here. For more information on JM Stuart Generating Station, see EIP’s 2019 National Coal Ash Report: Coal’s Poisonous Legacy .