OmniTRAX, fly ash company open rail storage terminal in Colorado

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DENVER — Shortline railroad company OmniTRAX has partnered with fly ash company Charah on a new rail transload and storage terminal north of Denver, Charah officials say.

Located in Kelim, Colo., the new terminal will handle various types of flash ash for use in concrete production. Charah officials say there’s a steady demand for fly ash in Western states and the new Denver-area terminal will provide concrete producers with regular shipments of quality fly ash.

OmniTRAX’ Great Western Railway of Colorado will provide rail service to the facility, with products being interchanged between railcars and trucks for local distribution.

See the news release online.

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