coal combustion waste Articles

  • Legal lookout: competing coal ash proposals

    Depending upon comments the EPA gathers, industry may have to or not have to close out their coal ash containment ponds within five years. On May 4, 2010, EPA issued its long-awaited proposal to manage coal ash – the byproduct of burning coal to generate power. The agency proposed two quite different approaches for regulating coal ash, somewhat to the consternation of critics, who had hoped ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Difficult Complex Decisions For Coal-fired Power Plant Operators

    Changing fuel prices, government regulations and technology all combine to make decision making difficult for operators and developers of coal-fired power generation facilities around the world. Power plant designers in developing countries face new local environmental regulations plus additional requirements stipulated by lenders such as the World Bank. In the developed world, the regulations ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • EPA targets electric utilities - the agency steps up efforts to manage coal ash damage

    Approximately 5.4 million cubic yards, or 1.1 billion gallons, of coal ash from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) plant near Knoxville, Tenn., in December 2008 flooded some 300 acres of land, damaging property, polluting waterways, and killing fish. TVA will likely spend more than $500 million and perhaps as much as $1 billion dollars on the cleanup, says the U.S. Environmental Protection ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • ZG chain grate biomass fired boiler in Pakistan

    The new chain grate boiler system with chain grate stocker permits a wide range of biomass fuels including Bagasse, crop stalk, mustard stalk, cotton stalk, rice husk, coffee grounds, de-oiled bran , wood waste , Coconut shell ,roasted chaff, lignite, paper sludge, coal,corn cob, spent grain with high ash contents to be combusted in an efficient manner with the added advantage of automatic ...


  • Increasing the use of recovered mineral components in cement or concrete

    Section 6017(a) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users, P.L. 109-59, Aug. 10, 2005 (SAFETEA-LU), directs the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA or the Agency) to, “…conduct a study to determine the extent to which procurement requirements, when fully implemented…may realize energy savings and environmental benefits attainable with ...

  • Biomass Pellet Fuel and Its Advantages

    With the continuous deterioration of the people's living environment, global warming topic has become a concern of people from all walks of people. It has been very important to the development of new energy. At present, our main fuel is oil and coal, these are non-renewable materials, and you'll never have again when we use them up. Therefore, many countries are in the research of new energy, ...


    By Allance Pellet Machinery

  • Advantages Of Using Briquettes Over Conventional Fuels

    Is there a renewable source of energy that can replace the conventional fuel? Is the source greener and cheaper as compared to other sources? Is it easy to use? So many different questions and a simple answer to all of them is ‘‘YES’’. A biomass briquette plant is an ideal replacement to the traditional types of fuel which are highly dangerous to the environment. The ...


    By Jay Khodiyar Machine Tools

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