Ash At work 2018 - ACAAs journal focus ashes around the world
The first edition of the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) journal "Ash-at-work" is available. Due to a request of Tom Adams, the Executive Director of ACAA, to the World Wide CCP Network members the issue contains reports from different international sources on products, latest development on production and use and issues of interest in the countries around the world. An excerpt of the agenda is below: - An Acoustic Skin of FGD Gypsum for Hamburg, Germany’s Top-Class Concert Hall (by Hans-Joachim Feuerborn; ECOBA) - Utilizing the UK’s Vast Landfilled Fly Ash Deposits (by Dr. Nigel Cooke; UKQAA) - The Effect of Land Application of Sludge Stabilized with Coal Fly Ash and Lime on Soil and Crop Quality in Israel (by Dr. Pinchas Fine and Dr. Uri Mingelgrin; Israel) - Global Trends in Coal-Fueled Power Generation and the Need for CCP Imports to the Americas (by William Stanley and Rick Haverland; ZAG International) - South African Fly Ash Used to Help Build the Continent’s Longest Suspension Bridge (by Mark Hunter; South African Coal Ash Association) - Fly Ash from Thermal Power Plants in India: The Challenge of 100% Utilization (by Dr. Anjan K. Chatterjee; Coal Ash Institute of India) - Environmental Assessment of Coal Fly Ash Usage in Agriculture and Infrastructure Projects in Israel (by Dr. Nadya Teutsch; NCAB, Israel) - Punching Above its Weight: Australian Innovation and Latrobe Magnesium (by David Paterson, Latrobe Magnesium, Australia) - Limited Availability of Cementitious Materials Could Impact the Value Chain (by Dr. Vassiem Sheikh; SCB Europe) In addition, several beneficial use case studies are described and additional information for the US market is given. The journal is available for download with this link.
Joachim Feuerborn from 2018-08-20