Coal Ash Matters

Launched in late 2006 by the National Technical and Education Committee, Coal Ash Matters (CAM) is a biannual publication produced by the Association and its members, with the strategic objective to disseminate current news, research and initiatives of the industry to members and interested readers. Since our first edition, CAM now attracts a targeted and qualified readership of over 2,000 industry members, coal combustion products producers, processors, users and government agencies and regulators.  CAM is available for free download by clicking on the cover page of the issues below (file available as PDF) or by perusing through the ISSUU 'flip book'. 

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Contents

  1. Editorial
  2. Concrete 2017: Advances in Concrete Materials and Structures
  3. Craig Heidrich awarded Life Membership of CIA
  4. Awards for Excellence 2017
  5. World Wide Coal Combustion Products Network - The Global Operating Environment
  6. New Member - Sphere One
  7. Coal Combustion and Gasification Products
  8. CemAssure - The Conformity Assessment Scheme
  9. Coal Ash Asia 2017
  10. ADAA - Handbook
  11. American Coal Ash Association - Scholarships Available
  12. Jamie North Concrete Structure
  13. Membership Survey - CCP Utilisation
  14. Membership Table
  15. New Headquarters
  16. ADAA - Factbook
  17. ADAA - Technical Note
  • Coal Ash Matters - April 17    Download  

    • Editorial
    • Coal Combustion Products FactBook
    • Fly Ash and Sustainable Agriculture in a Parallel Objective - Jane Aiken
    • 2020 Vision - Australia's Emissions Reduction Target  
    • ACI Committee 232 Update - Fly Ash In Concrete
    • Geopolymer Handbook - a Guide to Specification and Use of Geopolymer Concrete
    • CRC-LCL 2016 Participant's Annual Forum 
    • Australia’s Green Star System for Sustainability
    • Membership Survey Reminder + We need your content ASAP​
    • Conferences 
      -    Concrete 2017
      -    CMIC16
  • Coal Ash Matters - November 16    Download  

    • Editorial
    • Member Employee Profile: Trent Alexander
    • ADAA Factbook (E-Book)
    • A Few Words with Latrobe Magnesium CEO; David Paterson
    • Membership Survey Results
    • Another WO3nderful Use For Fly Ash
    • Local Fly Ash competes against Mined Frac Sand for Market Share
    • Coal Ash or Cold Cash?
    • Australia’s Green Star System for Sustainability
    • Coal Ash in Soils – a partner with the construction industry: Jane Aiken
    • Jamie North - Succession 2016
    • Foxground and Berry Bypass Updates
    • Are we wasting our finite Resources?
    • Conferences 
      -    Concrete 2017
      -    CMIC16
  •    Coal Ash Matters - May 16    Download

    • Member Employee Profile: Justin Flood
    • Agriculture: Market Opportunities for Coal Ash
    • Procurement of Construction Products, a Guide to Achieving Compliance
    • Global 'fly ash' Market is Expected to Reach US $64.76 Billion by 2022
    • Orbite International Receives U.S Patent for Fly Ash Monetisation 
    • Researchers Turn Carbon Dioxide into Sustainable CO2ncrete
    • Green Concrete
    • UKQAA Stockpile Fly Ash Project
    • Conference: CMIC16
    • Conference: Concrete 2017
    • International Congress on Durability of Concrete
    • Conference: Coal Ash Asia 2016
    • CRC-LCL Annual Participants Forum 2015
    • Contribute to CAM Testimonial
  • Coal Ash Matters - November 15   Download

    • Coal Combustion Product Handbook:2nd Edition
    • CCP FactBook
    • NSW Roads: Foxground and Berry Bypass
    • Concrete 2015 Report: Research into Practice
    • The Focus is on Fly Ash at Barangaroo
    • Member Article: BG&E by Craig Mellick
    • Results from the Membership Survey
    • Company Update: Latrobe Magnesium
    • WOCA 2015 Report
    • Orbite Receives Notice of Allowance for Canadian Fly Ash Monetization Patent
    • Canadian Fly Ash Monetization Patent
    • Changing Times, Changing Faces
    • Do you have a bright idea for an ADAArticle?
  • Coal Ash Matters - April 15   View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • Member Employee Profile - David Wright
    • Coal Ash Interest Group in Agriculture and Soils
    • Industry Members Should Engage Professional Guidance CRC: Low Carbon Living, Leading the Way!
    • ...and the Winner is, Fly Ash! Another landmark project using fly ash - Gerringong’s Omega Bridge
    • 3D printers for Concrete?
    • “Sooner or later, everything old is new again.”
    • Conference: 7th IEA CCC Concrete Sustainability Conference on Clean Concrete Technologies
    • Conference Update: 23rd Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials. Conference: WOCA - World of Coal Ash 2015
    • Conference: Concrete 2015: Research into Practice. Do you have a bright idea for an ADAArticle?
  • Coal Ash Matters - December 14  View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • Peter Nelson: The Fly Ash Pioneer
    • A Tribute to Geoff Youdale
    • Coal Combustion Products Handbook: Second Edition
    • Game changer for CCPs
    • Barangaroo 2023
    • 6 Conference Report: Conference of the Combined Australian Materials Societies
    • Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living allocates $3.1 million of project funding for next three years to low carbon concretes
    • New research opportunities for the use of stockpile fly ash in the UK
    • Conference Report: Coal Ash Asia 2014
    • Conference Report: Construction Materials Industry Conference (CMIC14)
    • NSW Environmental Protection Agency New Waste Regulations and Impacts on Coal Combustion Products
    • Update: Latrobe Magnesium
    • Conference Report: International Workshop on Agricultural Coal Ash Uses (WACAU)
    • News Update: Coal Reuse Launches World's First Open Online Marketplace for Coal Combustion Products
    • Coming Up: World of Coal Ash (WOCA) 2015
    • New Member: Classique Environment Solutions
    • Coming Up: Concrete 2015
    • Get writing for Coal Ash Matters!
  • Coal Ash Matters - May 14   View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • Member Employee Profile - Darren Essex
    • Awards: Daksh Baweja recognised as a Fellow of the American Concrete Institute
    • Research: US EPA Finds Coal Fly Ash Safe in Concrete
    • Awards: United Nations Association of Australia Environment Day Awards 2014
    • 15 minutes with Jamie North
    • Research: Fly Ash as Water Purifier
    • Update: CPP Handbook
    • Conference: Concrete 2015
    • World Record: Largest Continuous Fly Ash Concrete Pour
    • Update: CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRC-LCL)
    • Conference: Coal Ash Asia 2014
    • Conference: 23rd Australasian Conference on Mechanics of Structures and Materials
    • Conference: International Workshop on Agricultural Coal Ash Uses, Israel 2014
    • Conference: Construction Materials Industry Conference (CMIC) 2014
    • Get writing for Coal Ash Matters!
  • Coal Ash Matters - December 13   View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • Wagners: 2013 BPN Sustainability Awards
    • SUCCESS!! NSW EPA Exemption Amendments Gazetted
    • Where are they now? Greg Johnson
    • Coal Combustion Handbook Review Update
    • Fly Ash Reference Data Sheet No. 3
    • Progress for the CRC for Low Carbon Living
    • Update: ADAA Technical Documents
    • Business Overview: Alexander's Mulch and Soil Supplies
    • Conference Report: Australian Society of Concrete Pavements
    • Conference Report: World of Coal Ash (WOCA)
    • Conference Report: Coal Ash Asia 2013
    • Conference Report: Concrete 2013!
    • Coming Up: Construction Materials Industry Conference (CMIC) 2014
  • Coal Ash Matters - April 13   View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • Genesis Energy's Electricity Generation Portfolio
    • The Eco-industrial Park Paradigm
    • Twitter: Using social media to the advantage of the Association
    • Brokering the Use of Coal Combustion Products
    • Coal Combustion Handbook Review Update
    • Gladstone Land Reclamation Project
    • Update: CRC for Low Carbon Living
    • News Update: AGIC Rebranded
    • Concrete 2013
    • World of Coal Ash 2013" Lexington, Kentucky (Reminder)
  • Coal Ash Matters - October 12   View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • A Quick Note!
    • Technical Note 13 published
    • Member Profile: Wagners Cement
    • International Outlook: Samcheok Green Power Plant
    • Australia's Tennis Come Back based on Ash'Learning Legacy: Sustainability at London Olympic Park 2012
    • Coal Combustion Handbook Review Update
    • Construction Materials Industry Conference 2012: Run and Done
    • Coal Ash Asia 2012
    • World of Coal Ash 2013: Lexington, Kentucky
    • A Blank Canvas
  • Coal Ash Matters - June 12   View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • ADAA publishes new data sheets in 2012
    • Technical Note 11 published
    • CRC for Low Carbon Living
    • Ash management at Huntley Power Station
    • New Twitter feed introduces ADAA to social media marketing
    • WWCCPN launches a refreshed website
    • CMIC 2012
    • Eurocoalash 2012
  • Coal Ash Matters - November 11   View Online | Download

    • Editorial: An abstract of the past year
    • Fly Ash Aggregates
    • Update: CCP Handbook Second Edition)
    • Innovative Solution for The Hunter Expressway Project
    • Technical Literature Review, Updates Underway
    • News-briefs WOCA 2011- Run and Done!
    • Australia Takes up Lead in WWCCPN
    • CIA Concrete 2011 Conference
    • Subscription
  • Coal Ash Matters - April 11   View Online | Download

    • Editorial
    • Boral Cement Limited - New name, same service
    • Birth of the Ash Development Association of Australia(ADAA)
    • Membership
    • The Use of Pond Ash in the Filling of Abandoned Coal Mines Under the Ipswich Motorway
    • Coal Combustion Products Handbook
    • New Member Profile - Conneq Infrastructure Services (Australia) Pty Ltd
    • Green Buildings - How the proposed Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) Concrete system will work.
    • Vecor Limited
    • WOCA 2011 Fast Approaching
    • Subscription
  • Coal Ash Matters - October 10   View Online | Download

    • Editorial: Going Strong, Going Green
    • Latrobe Magnesium
    • Membership
    • 'Around the Power Stations': TRUenergy
    • A Fresh New FlyAsh Australia
    • The Next Batch: more technical data sheets on their way
    • DERMinology
    • Dam Good
    • Sustaining Updates: the latest on the Sustainability Capacity Building Program
    • New Case Studies on Biochar and Construction Materials from Brown Coal Combustion Products
    • WOCA 2011 Calls for Early Birds
    • A Tribute to a True Gentleman
    • Australia gives the US EPA its 2 cents worth
    • RTA Specification 3051
    • Departures and Arrivals at FlyAsh Australia Subscription
  • Coal Ash Matters - May 10   Download

    • Editorial: Think Globally, Act Locally
    • Stirling Dam Upgrade Uses "New" Collie Fly Ash
    • Membership
    • Around the Power Stations: Callide Power Station
    • Insider Increase CCP Reuse at Eraring Power Station
    • Insider ADAA Sustainability Project
    • 'Paving the Way' with the RTA
    • Done and Dusted
    • e-CAM
    • The 2010 Global Ash Conference
    • QA Specification RTA 3051
    • David Farah Joins FlyAsh Australia
    • Subscription
  • Coal Ash Matters - October 09   Download

    • Editorial: Theory and Practice
    • Collie Fly Ash Stabilises Major Rail Project in WA
    • Once a Waste, Not Always a Waste
    • Around the Power Stations: Verve Energy
    • Putting Words into Deeds
    • Southern Hume Highway Road Projects
    • Sustainability Capacity Building Program
    • New Kid on the Block: the ADAA's membership into the Geopolymer Alliance
    • World Of Coal Ash (WOCA) Conference
  • Coal Ash Matters - May 09   Download

    • Editorial: Creative Genius
    • An Undercover Mission
    • Around the Power Stations: Swanbank
    • Reference Data Sheet 9: Post-Tensioned Structural Fly Ash Concrete
    • Welcoming Stanwell Corporation
    • Results of the 2008 ADAA Membership Survey
    • A New Read
    • Changing times, Changing faces
  • Coal Ash Matters - December 08   Download

    • Editorial: Elevated Use of CCPs Around the Country
    • "New" Collie Ash
    • High Durability Concrete For Marine Structures
    • Insider: Fly Ash Classifying & Load Out Facility at Millmerran P.S
    • Insider: Around the Power Stations - Macquarie Generation-Bayswater Power Station
    • Gateway Bridge Upgrade Project
    • News Briefs
  • Coal Ash Matters - August 08   Download

    • Sustainability: the way of the future
    • CCP Handbook
    • Ash in Gateway Upgrade Project
    • Insider: Eraring Power Station
    • Queensland Environmental Protection Agency - Beneficial Reuse of CCPs
    • Around The Power Stations: Tarong Energy & Tarong North
    • News Briefs
  • Coal Ash Matters - November 07   Download

    • CCPs: A Greener and Innovative Future
    • High Strength Concrete for Tower Buildings
    • Furnace Bottom Ash
    • Fly Ash Through the Decades
    • Concrete: A Contributor to Improving our Environment
    • New Bio-Ash Fertiliser
    • Around the Power Stations: Delta Electricity - Munmorah Power Station
    • News Briefs
  • Coal Ash Matters - April 07   Download

    • Ash > Constructing Landmarks
    • WOCA 2007
    • Exemption Paves Way for CCP use in Agriculture
    • ADAA Resources
    • SolidFlow: a New Fly Ash Product used on the Eastlink Tollway
    • Around the Power Stations: Flinders Power - the Augusta Power Stations
    • Fly Ash in Award Winning Sea Cliff Bridge
    • News Briefs
  • Coal Ash Matters - November 06   Download

    • Industry Leading the Way
    • Annual General Meeting 2006
    • A Future for Coal Fly Ash
    • WOCA Conference
    • Around the Power Stations - Industry Leading the Way
    • News Briefs
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