Sources: SEFA Group, Lexington, S.C.; CP staff
Looking north and west from its Carolinas, Virginia and Maryland base, SEFA Group is marketing the first recycled fly ash from the Keystone Generating Station in Armstrong County, Pa., near Pittsburgh. Under a multiyear arrangement with Keystone-Conemaugh Projects, the company engineered and constructed a facility to load and transport ASTM C618-grade fly ash and began deliveries in June.
Sources: SEFA Group, Columbia, S.C.; CP staff
A coal ash beneficiation facility at the Santee Cooper Winyah Generation Station in Georgetown, S.C., has entered commercial operation, joining two other SEFA Group sites equipped with the proprietary Staged Turbulent Air Reactor (STAR) processing technology.
Scheduled International Concrete Sustainability Conference speakers include Hank Keiper of the SEFA Group, who will present “The Future of Fly Ash is Under Our Feet,” during the May 12-14 event in Boston. He will discuss the dwindling availability of coal fly ash suitable for use as supplementary cementitious material in the U.S. due to environmental regulations and market factors. To ensure a future supply of high-quality, Class F fly ash, SEFA Group has modified its proprietary thermal beneficiation process to accept fly ash reclaimed from disposal sites, including both landfills and settling ponds. The adaptation of a proven technology will create a consistent supply of premium fly ash, prevent future disposal of material initially below ASTM C618 grade, and offer existing site