Residues and management

Cement and concrete - benefits and barriers in coal ash utilisation, CCC/94

CCC/94 - ISBN: 92-9029-409-4

The coal combustion products industry is facing major challenges despite decades of beneficial utilisation of coal ash in a wide variety of applications. Fly ash is especially affected by recent trends towards greater impleme... More...

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Utilisation of CFBC and IGCC residues, CCC/93

CCC/93 - ISBN: 92-9029-408-6

CFBC is a clean coal technology that generally uses limestone as the sorbent for sulphur capture and produces large volumes of residue. Unreacted sorbent left in the ash contri... More...

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Pulverised coal ash - requirements for utilisation, IEACR/88

IEACR/88 - ISBN: 92-9029-270-9

Coal ash is an inherently variable material due to differences in the mineral content of the source coal, combustion conditions, and ash collection and handling methods. This affects the marketability of pulverised coal ash. ... More...

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Coal mining and water quality, IEACR/80

IEACR/80 - ISBN: 92-9029-255-5

Coal mining activities frequently impinge on water resources. This report considers the impact of coal extraction on water resources and potential causes of water pollution. The disruption of surface water and groundwater sys... More...

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PFBC residues - characteristics, disposal and utilisation, IEACR/73

IEACR/73 - ISBN: 92-9029-241-5

Developments in the management of residues from pressurised fluidised bed combustion (PFBC) systems are reviewed. The sources of residues and the quantities produced; the chemical, physical, and geotechnical characteristics o... More...

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