Plant McManus began commercial operation in the 1950s in Glynn County, Georgia and the two steam units were retired in 2015. The remaining nine oil-fired combustion turbines are capable of producing 480 MW of electricity.
The company prepares and submits an ash pond dewatering plan to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division for its approval. This site-specific plan identifies the enhanced water treatment system, controls and monitoring that will be used during the process to ensure that the water discharged is protective of water quality standards.
Discharged water is being actively sampled in compliance with federal and state regulations. Data results will be updated as the process continues.
Georgia Power submitted CCR permit applications to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division in November 2018. The documents provided below represent the approved permit(s) or current submittals as of May 2023 still under EPD review and the link to the final EPD approved CCR permit and documents will be provided upon permit issuance.
The CCR solid waste permit has been issued for AP-1. Please refer to the permit and supporting documents which reflect the approved plans for the site.
Ongoing semiannual updates to the site Assessment of Corrective Measures are provided as part of the Groundwater Monitoring and Corrective Action Reports
Additional information will be provided as it becomes available or as it is required.