Risk Evaluation of Fly Ash-based Controlled Low Strength Material
ACAA-commissioned risk evaluation finds coal fly ash based flowable fill safe in common applications.
This eight-page brochure provides the results of the American Coal Ash Association’s 2015 CCP Production and Use Survey, along with historical data, photos and descriptions of different ash types, and examples of beneficial uses.
This full color, 12 page pamphlet, covers a range of topical summaries emphasizing the beneficial use of coal combustion products (CCPs) in building design applications. Specifically covered subjects are CCP material descriptions, U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Certification program, production and use statistics, actual CCP building use case studies, the applicability of CCPs to building design and application products, the use of CCPs and their influence on sustainability and a list of other CCP references.
ACAA Educational Foundation, November, 2015.
A one page ACAA fact sheet emphasizing the significant environmental and social benefits would be lost and volumes of material being disposed of would increase substantially if they were classified as hazardous. (Fact Sheet 1)
A two page ACAA fact sheet emphasizing the decades of government and univerity studies that have determined CCPs as non-hazardous. (Fact Sheet 2)
A two page ACAA fact sheet discussing Federal government support for CCPs as a way to reduce the impact of industrial practices on the environment. (Fact Sheet 3)
A one page ACAA fact sheet addressing both the use of CCPs by U.S. construction managers and the leadership role being taken by the Federal government regarding recycling and supporting sustainable construction practices. (Fact Sheet 4)
A two page ACAA fact sheet listing ACAA’s recommendations to the US EPA on how best to increase the benefical use of coal combustion products. (Fact Sheet 5)
A two page ACAA fact sheet addressing the similarities of day-to-day recycling and the beneficial use of coal combustion byproducts. Provided is a chart giving energy savings and life cycle impacts of one ton of fly ash used in concrete. (Fact Sheet 6)
Power Plant Byproducts is a 4 page illustrated color fact sheet generated by the Portland Cement Association in 2005. It discusses the use of CCPs in the production of cement. Also, maps are provided noting the location of portland cement plants using the various forms of CCPs, including FGD materials.
A glossy two-sided single sheet fact sheet issued by the Association of Canadian Industries Recycling Coal Ash (CIRCA). As its title says, this fact sheet covers fly ash use, applications, and reuse and recycling.
A two sided single sheet fact sheet issued jointly by the ACAA and the American Coal Council. It describes the basics of fly ash, what it is, how it is used, how it works, environmental comments, etc.
This handbook provides practical, technical and regulatory compliance information to the users of We Energies’ coal combustion products. It can be used as a ready reference tool for engineers, architects, construction managers and contractors in using We Energies coal combustion products (CCPs) in various construction applications. It also offers a general understanding of the generation, properties, construction applications and performance of CCPs as well as sample specifications that can be used as references in developing project specifications that use CCPs.