Is fly ash an essential part of your operation? Use of fly ash in concrete has been on the rise, and for good reasons. Fly ash can produce concrete with higher strength, lower permeability, and a lower carbon footprint. Tom Adams of the American Coal Ash Association told Concrete Construction Editor Bill Palmer at CC Live during 2015 World of Concrete, "The American Road and Transportation Builders Association did a study a couple of years ago and contacted all 50 DOTs in the United States. They said 'what would it mean to you if you couldn't get fly ash for your projects, and they came back with an economic impact of over $5 billion per year ..."
Here' s a roundup of seven key fly ash-related articles and videos from The Concrete Producer (in no particular order).
- Recognizing the Science Around Coal Ash, Finally
- Coal Ash Association Applauds EPA Deadline for Finalizing Regulations
- Fly Ash in Concrete Pavement
- Coal Fly Ash Benefits in Concrete
- What's the Allowable Fly Ash Limit?
- The Next Generation of Fly Ash