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Environmental Compliance and Reporting
We all want reliable and reasonably priced utility services. And while we strive to do our best to meet your needs, JEA must meet the environmental requirements of multiple governing agencies at the federal, state and local levels that control the production and operations activities of our water, sewer and electric business.
Even though these standards are required, it’s important for our customers to know that we do more than the basic minimum set by law, because we believe we must all do our part to conserve. We are engaged in a process of continual improvement and environmental leadership, promoting conservation and pollution prevention programs. Our compliance record stands as proof of our unwavering commitment to the environment.
Air and Water Quality
Our generating plants, wastewater treatment facilities, and water scientists work hard to employ the newest technologies in order to exceed EPA air and water quality requirements.
CCR Rule Compliance Data and Information
Find various documents relating to the SJRPP Coal Combustion Residuals Byproducts Storage Area at St. Johns River Power Park.
We continuously monitor and assess the environmental impact of our operations to improve our performanceand meet all regulatory requirements.
JEA's Risk Management Plan was designed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ensure the safe storage and use of certain chemicals, to minimize the likelihood of releasing them to the air, and to minimize the potential consequences to people and the environment should a release occur.
Toxic Release Inventory
The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reports total emissions of more than 600 different chemicals released into the environment. JEA has never had a chemical release large enough to harm any of our neighbors or customers.