Labadie Utility Waste Landfill

This project consisted of building a new 50 Acre utility waste landfill to store ash residuals from the Ameren Power Plant located in Labadie Missouri. Goodwin Brothers purchased 70 Acres adjacent to the site which supplied over 800,000 CY of clay fill for the project.

The fills were built utilizing a large fleet of articulating dump trucks, hauling across the Labadie bottoms, owned by Ameren, saving the owner significant costs. The sand import was dredged in from the Missouri River. These methods of import also eliminated the need for over the road dump trucks which satisfied the town of Labadie, keeping its residents safe.

The entire 50 acre footprint required a rubber liner to prevent seepage into the river bottoms and the entire exterior perimeter required a concrete liner to prevent any scour during floods.

View drone video of this extensive project.

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