Sources: American Coal Ash Association, Denver; CP staff The American Coal Ash Association 2020 Production and Use Survey shows 59 percent, or 40.8 million tons, of the 69.2 million tons of coal ash produced during 2020 was recycled—up from 52 percent in 2019 and marking the sixth consecutive year that more than half of such material produced in the United States…Read More
Sources: Charah LLC, Louisville, Ky.; CP staff
Charah, the leading independent in coal combustion product management and marketing, has closed on Connecticut-based SCB International Inc. with an eye to developing and deploying new fly ash beneficiation, mineral grinding, and pollutant extraction technologies—and potentially doubling its output of materials for concrete and cement customers.Read More
According to American Coal Ash Association’s (ACAA) “Production and Use Survey,” 51.4 million tons of coal combustion products (CCP) were beneficially used in 2013—down from 51.9 million tons in 2012 and well below the 2008 peak of 60.6 million tons. In the closely watched category of fly ash consumed in concrete mixes, utilization increased only slightly to 12.3 million tons, up by 577,705 tons over 2012, but still below 12.6 million tons in 2008.
Source: GMI Global LLC, Larchmont, N.Y.
Organizers of AshTrade 2014, October 14-15 at the Houston Marriott North, have finalized an agenda catering to participants from across the coal combustion byproduct value chain—buyers, sellers, traders, end users—with presentations covering fly ash, bottom ash and synthetic gypsum.Read More