SUL4R-PLUS® Product Featured on American Farmer and RFD-TV

LOUISVILLE, KY (August 18, 2014) – Charah, Inc., a total solutions company providing unparalleled service and innovation, announced today that its SUL4R-PLUS® product for the agricultural industry is currently featured on American Farmer, airing on RFD-TV. The episode explores the latest innovations and advancements in sulfur-fertilizer, focusing on how sulfur is increasingly becoming the fourth major crop nutrient of focus due to sulfur deficiency in crops.

SUL4R-PLUS product, a new patent-pending pelletized sulfate product, is unlike any other sulfur-fertilizer product on the market, making sulfur application easier, enhancing soil quality and boosting yield of all crops including corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa, and other crops including legumes, fruit, vegetables and more.

Charah’s SUL4R-PLUS Product Manufacturing Facility in Partnership with LG&E Featured in Power Magazine

LOUISVILLE, KY (March 3, 2014) – Charah®, Inc., a total solutions company providing unparalleled service and innovation for the coal-fired electric utility, is pleased to have been featured in the March 2014 issue of POWER magazine.

Click here to read the article entitled “Converting Sulfur from Flue Gas into Fertilizer” detailing Charah’s unique partnership with Louisville Gas and Electric Company (LG&E) to recover thousands of tons of gypsum to create a pelletized sulfur product that will be sold to and distributed by agricultural companies.

American Farmer to Feature Charah, Inc. in Upcoming Episode on RFD-TV

Exploring the latest innovations and advancements in sulfur-fertilizer.

Louisville, KY─ Charah, Inc., a total solutions company providing unparalleled service and innovation, announced today that its SUL4R-PLUS® product for the agricultural industry will be featured in an upcoming episode of American Farmer, airing later this year on RFD-TV.

Viewers will be educated on how this new patent-pending pelletized sulfate product is unlike any other sulfur-fertilizer product on the market, making sulfur application easier, enhancing soil quality and improving production of crops.

Scott Vanderventer Joins Charah, Inc. as Director of Agricultural Product Sales

LOUISVILLE, KY (August 21, 2013) – Charah®, Inc., a total solutions company providing unparalleled service and innovation for the coal-fired electric utility industry, announced today that Scott Vanderventer has joined the management team as Director of Agricultural Product Sales, effective July 18, 2013. He is based in Louisville, Kentucky and is responsible for leading the sales development and execution for SUL4R-PLUS® and other Charah agricultural products.

Mr. Vanderventer has more than 30 years of experience in agricultural sales, most recently with Oxbow Fertilizer where he served as director and global trader of bulk fertilizers. Prior to that, Mr. Vanderventer worked for CF Industries and Matlok Fertilizer Company.

INTRODUCING SUL4R-PLUS® PELLETIZED SULFATE PRODUCT

LOUISVILLE, KY (July 8, 2013) – SUL4R-PLUS® product, a new patent-pending pelletized sulfate product unlike any other sulfur-fertilizer product in the agricultural market, is now available in time for Fall crop applications. This new product targets growers, putting them in control of the sulfate application process and making their job easier and faster in virtually any farming environment.

SUL4R-PLUS product’s unique pellet shape makes sulfur application easier, enhances soil quality and improves production of all crops. Because of its uniform pellet size, SUL4R-PLUS product can be applied with other dry inputs, and spreads evenly for superior coverage. Because it is a sulfate, it starts working almost on contact. Other important benefits of SUL4R-PLUS product include:

Charah and LG&E Unveil SUL4R-PLUS® Product Manufacturing Facility

LG&E, Charah and government officials celebrate Earth Day by opening one-of-a-kind beneficial use facility at Mill Creek


New facility expected to recover thousands of tons of gypsum to create agricultural product

(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) — With more than $13 million invested in a public-private partnership to make Louisville the home of a new, one-of-a-kind agricultural product development facility at the Mill Creek Generating Station, LG&E and KU and Charah, Inc., along with state and local officials, reiterated today their commitment to innovative and beneficial use of coal combustion byproducts.