Category Archives for ash

White House Petition – Request for Grassroots Support

We are reposting a request for grass roots supporters of the coal industry to take a few moments and sign the Citizens for Recycling First petition on the White House web site. The short description of the petition is that … Continue reading

26. September 2011 by Jason Hayes
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EPA action against coal ash is harming recycling

Citizens for Recycling First has a blurb on the recent letter to the EPA from a bipartisan Senate group. The letter, prepared by Senators Kent Conrad (D-ND) and Michael Enzi (R-WY) and signed by 44 senators from both main parties … Continue reading

27. May 2011 by Jason Hayes
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Economical Solutions to Cleaning Industrial Settling Ponds

(Admin note: This article was submitted by invitation to discuss the issue of dealing with industrial settling ponds in an economical and environmentally-friendly manner.) By: Greg Zellers, AWS Dredge Discovering economical solutions to cleaning industrial settling ponds is always a … Continue reading

06. April 2011 by Jason Hayes
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Coal fly ash: a “truly a ‘green’ building material”

Just happened across this article on AZOCleantech describing the 2008 reconstruction of the historic runway at Edwards Air Force base in 2008. The article describes how the new 15,000-foot runway was, built with concrete made with fly ash sold from … Continue reading

05. December 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Surprise! PSR & Earthjustice report attacks coal ash

Energy users and industry watchers may have heard the breathless and enthusiastic rumbles moving through the media and green groups … “It’s out!” “It’s EARTH SHATTERING!” Well … It’s actually it’s just more of the same rhetoric from the anti-coal, … Continue reading

16. September 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Selenium Removal from Surface Mine and Coal Ash Run-off Waters Now Easy with New Metals Removal Technology

(Admin note: This brief article was submitted by invitation to discuss an innovative new technology that may be of use when addressing potential leachate from mining materials. We thought ACC & CAC member companies, and the readers of the Coalblog … Continue reading

04. August 2010 by Jason Hayes
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Charah, Inc. – New corporate headquarters uses recycled CCPs to meet LEEDs requirements

Admin note: We recently invited ACC member and coal combustion products (CCP) management experts, Charah, Inc. to prepare an editorial for the Coalblog and monthly member update newsletter. In this article, they describe how they beneficially used CCPs to help … Continue reading

29. May 2010 by Jason Hayes
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EPA turns its back on coal ash recycling

Citizens for Recycling First (CFRF) has updated its information on the EPA and its stance on coal ash recycling. In a recent blog post, they describe how the EPA has quietly abandoned its support of, and participation in, the Coal … Continue reading

29. May 2010 by Jason Hayes
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EPA still pushing “hazardous” designation as an option

Citizens for Recycling First has a good explanation of how the EPA’s recent proposal on coal ash regulation still leaves the door wide open for a “hazardous” designation under Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). So, … Continue reading

07. May 2010 by Jason Hayes
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More on EPA’s proposed CCP rule

Text of Coal Combustion Residuals – Proposed Rule ~ http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/nonhaz/industrial/special/fossil/ccr-rule/ccr-rule-prop.pdf. For more information on the Coal Combustion Residuals – proposed rule, see the EPA’s website ~ http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/nonhaz/industrial/special/fossil/ccr-rule/index.htm This Citizens for Recycling First blog post discusses the EPA’s clear support for … Continue reading

05. May 2010 by Jason Hayes
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