All Blog Posts about ‘Fly Ash’

Resource of the Week: Project Profile on De-Dusting Fly Ash

This article was authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Resource of the Week: Pug Mill for De-Dusting Fly Ash Project Profile

This week’s highlighted resource is a project profile on de-dusting fly ash with a pug mill. Pug mills are widely used for conditioning fly ash – a dusty by-product of coal-fired power generation – into a more easily handled material that doesn’t become windblown upon Continue reading →

 

Value in Waste: Fly Ash Reuse and Recovery Opportunities

This article was co-authored by:

Process and Sales Engineer
Thermal Processing Expert

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Raw and Pelletized Fly Ash

As a major source of industrial waste around the world, fly ash, a byproduct of coal generated power, presents a significant waste management challenge to the energy industry. Fly ash is host to a variety of contaminants that if not properly managed, can pose serious Continue reading →

 

Photo of the Week: Fly Ash Pellets

This article was authored by:

Jenny Seim
Technical Writer

Fly Ash Pellets

This week’s photo highlights fly ash pellets. FEECO’s familiarity with fly ash agglomeration dates back to 1951. For decades, we’ve manufactured custom processing equipment, be it for de-dusting applications, conditioning for landfill, or pelletizing the material for use in cement or soil amendment applications. FEECO offers Continue reading →

 

Fly Ash & the Lightweight Aggregate Market

This article was co-authored by:

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Fly Ash and the Lightweight Aggregate (LWA) Market

In 2015, the global fly ash market was estimated to be valued at 40 billion USD. A recent industry analysis by Research Nester anticipates the market will reach an estimated 70 billion USD by the end of 2023 – a 7.1% CAGR owing to increasing Continue reading →

 

Fly Ash Agglomeration

This article was authored by:

Chris Kozicki
Agglomeration Expert

Fly Ash

Fly ash is a fine, powder-like material generated from coal-burning power plants. And despite an increase toward more sustainable energy production, coal-burning power plants are still prevalent, producing fly ash that could serve as a valuable commodity. Thus now is an important time as any Continue reading →

 

Photo of the Week: Granular Fly Ash

This article was authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

Granular Fly Ash

This week’s photo shows agglomerated fly ash. Fly ash is a process by-product resulting from fines rising with flue gases during the production of power in coal-fired power plants. Although fly ash has traditionally been landfilled, it has been discovered as a valuable additive in Continue reading →

 

Fly Ash Regulation

This article was authored by:

Chris Kozicki
Agglomeration Expert

FEECO International

After a catastrophic spill in 2008, Fly Ash, a by-product of the coal burning process, has fallen under examination for potential regulations. With the fate of fly ash resting in the hands of the EPA, those that utilize the powdery by-product are eager to demonstrate Continue reading →

 

Waste to Value Case Study: Fly Ash

This article was authored by:

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

In an article by Robert McCabe, McCabe details the issues arising with safely disposing of mounting fly ash. Fly Ash is a fine, powder-like material, resulting from the burning of coal at power plants. As power needs increase, so do these resulting leftovers. Unfortunately, this Continue reading →