CCR Selection of Remedy for North Omaha Station

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OPPD is hosting a public meeting concerning the North Omaha Station (NOS) Ash Landfill and OPPD’s assessment of corrective measures for the landfill under the Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) rules. During the meeting, OPPD will discuss data compiled about the landfill and corrective measure options, and will present OPPD’s preferred option.

The public meeting will be held online September 22, 2021, at 4 p.m., via Webex. This meeting will provide an opportunity for the public to learn about data OPPD has collected on the NOS Ash Landfill and provide input on the preferred remedy.



OPPD Public Meeting: Coal Combustion Residual (CCR) Selection of Remedy for North Omaha Station

The public meeting was held on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021 at 4 p.m. via Webex.

Click HERE to view the recording.

Additional comments and questions will be accepted through October 8.



Question and Comments Process

OPPD will gather all questions and comments received during the comment period (September 8 - October 8, 2021) on OPPDCommunityConnect.com and during the public meeting on September 22.

Like questions and comments will be grouped. Please note: OPPD will only be responding to comments related to the groundwater issue in relation to the selection of remedy (Other issues of District business should be addressed on their respected project pages and all general questions can be inquired on the Ask Us page.)

Feedback and OPPD responses will be posted as a public comment summary document, published with the final selection of remedy, on this website 30-60 days following the public meeting. To those giving feedback via OPPDCommunityConnect, you must register through the platform so we can inform you when the public comment summary document is available 30-60 days following the public meeting. You will be alerted this is available through the platform with the email used to register at OPPDCommunityConnect.

OPPD is hosting a public meeting concerning the North Omaha Station (NOS) Ash Landfill and OPPD’s assessment of corrective measures for the landfill under the Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) rules. During the meeting, OPPD will discuss data compiled about the landfill and corrective measure options, and will present OPPD’s preferred option.

The public meeting will be held online September 22, 2021, at 4 p.m., via Webex. This meeting will provide an opportunity for the public to learn about data OPPD has collected on the NOS Ash Landfill and provide input on the preferred remedy.



OPPD Public Meeting: Coal Combustion Residual (CCR) Selection of Remedy for North Omaha Station

The public meeting was held on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021 at 4 p.m. via Webex.

Click HERE to view the recording.

Additional comments and questions will be accepted through October 8.



Question and Comments Process

OPPD will gather all questions and comments received during the comment period (September 8 - October 8, 2021) on OPPDCommunityConnect.com and during the public meeting on September 22.

Like questions and comments will be grouped. Please note: OPPD will only be responding to comments related to the groundwater issue in relation to the selection of remedy (Other issues of District business should be addressed on their respected project pages and all general questions can be inquired on the Ask Us page.)

Feedback and OPPD responses will be posted as a public comment summary document, published with the final selection of remedy, on this website 30-60 days following the public meeting. To those giving feedback via OPPDCommunityConnect, you must register through the platform so we can inform you when the public comment summary document is available 30-60 days following the public meeting. You will be alerted this is available through the platform with the email used to register at OPPDCommunityConnect.

Please provide your questions and comments here

Feedback, comments and questions, along with the OPPD response when applicable, will be addressed in a public comment summary document, published 30-60 days following the public meeting with the final selection of remedy.

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