Harrison Power Station

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Harrison Power Station has 5 groundwater monitoring wells, 2 of which have been polluted above federal advisory levels based on samples collected between September 28, 2016 and August 22, 2019. Groundwater at this site contains unsafe levels of arsenic, molybdenum and sulfate.

Site description

Allegheny Energy Supply’s Harrison Power Station is a 1,983 MW power station located in Haywood, West Virginia. Its three identical units, rated at 650 MW each at the time of completion, were launched into service in 1972, 1973, and 1974. The Coal Combustion Byproduct Landfill located north of the station is regulated under the CCR rule. The landfill consists of three disposal areas, totaling about 400 acres. You can find the industry-reported data here. For more information on the Harrison Power Station, see EIP’s 2019 National Coal Ash Report.

Monitoring Wells Wells reporting one or more exceedances for at least one pollutant.
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No exceedances
One or more exeedances
No data available
Other designation
Well "halo" size corresponds to mean concentration. Please note that some wells may not be visible on the map due to overlapping locations.
Pollutants monitored and above guidelines
Tip: Click on a contaminant to view wells that have recorded exceedances. Click again to remove the filter. arsenic molybdenum sulfate
Pollutants monitored and below guidelines
antimony barium beryllium boron cadmium chromium cobalt fluoride lead lithium mercury radium selenium thallium
Pollutants not monitored
ammonia, copper, cyanide, gross alpha particle, gross beta particle, hexavalent chromium, manganese, nickel, nitrate, nitrite, silver, strontium, tritium, uranium

Facility last updated on Friday, October 14, 2022 01:57:17 PM EDT