Residues and management

Management of coal combustion wastes, CCC/231

CCC/231 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-551-8

It has been estimated that 780 Mt of coal combustion products (CCPs) were produced worldwide in 2010. Only about 53.5% were utilised, the rest went to storage or disposal sites. Disposal of coal combustion waste (CCW) on-site... More...

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Ash utilisation - impact of recent changes in power generation practices, CCC/176

CCC/176 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-496-2

Whenever coal is burnt, ash is produced by the thermal transformation of the mineral matter present. Large-scale uses of coal, such as power generation, give rise to significant quantities of ash and a number of uses for... More...

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Trace elements and fly ash utilisation, CCC/122

CCC/122 - ISBN: 92-9029-440-X

Many trace elements such as chromium and mercury are toxic. The leaching of trace elements from fly ash is usually monitored at ash storage and disposal sites to ensure that they do not leak into the natural environment at el... More...

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Management of FGD residues, CCC/114

CCC/114 - ISBN: 92-9029-430-2

The aim of management strategies for utilities is to find applications for all FGD residues, from wet scrubbers, semi-dry and dry scrubbers. This report summarises production and utilisation of FGD residues in different regio... More...

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Land uses of coal fly-ash - benefits and barriers, CCC/96

CCC/96 - ISBN: ISBN 92-9029-411-6

This report focuses on three major sectors of fly ash utilisation: soil stabilisation, mine backfill and agriculture. Requirements are generally less rigor... More...

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