Tag Archives: Ash
Brine Encapsulation Laboratory Study: Ash Conditioning Compared to Engineered Encapsulation Strategies
Encapsulation is a process that binds waste materials into a form that minimizes their release into the environment. This report describes results of a laboratory study of five mix designs for wastewater encapsulation, including physical properties, mineralogical data, and environmental performance.
Environmental Considerations for Coal Combustion Product Harvesting from Landfills and Surface Impoundments
Power companies are exploring technologies to recover and beneficially use coal combustion products stored in surface impoundments and landfills. This report investigates relevant environmental issues, including potential groundwater, surface water, air quality, energy, and safety impacts.