Updates on the new ASHES Magazine and the forthcoming AshTrans Conference in 2022.
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It's that time of year again... Finally! Last year, WOCA was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year as the battle against COVID settles, WOCA 2022 has been announced- that’s right! the World of Coal Ash returns on May 16th in the US!
LMG has begun the construction of its $50 Million magnesium trial plant that will produce magnesium metal from fly ash, coming from EnergyAustralia's Latrobe Valley mine in Victoria (who is also a member of the ADAA).
New government guidelines indicate that there are no capacity restrictions for fully vaccinated people and people who have recovered from Covid-19 at the EUROCOALASH Conference this year.
Ecologiq- a Victorian Government program is holding an online seminar next Thursday, September 23 2021, at 10:30 AM (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra time) to support the implementation of the new Recycled First Policy- put in place to promote 'greener infrastructure'.
ADAA member BG&E has recently been awarded a new project to improve the connectivity of WA railway services.
Wollongong is being put on the map for clean energy, Australia’s first dual-fuel capable natural gas/hydrogen power plant has been announced to be constructed at EnergyAustralia's Tallawarra B Power Station in Wollongong, NSW Australia.
On the 23rd of June 2021, Intergen in association with HyNet North West (UK) announced plans to create a low carbon power station at InterGen’s Rocksavage Power plant in the Uk's Liverpool City.
EUROCOALASH is a three-day, international conference that is organised every two years for promoting the use of CCCPs (Coal Combustion Products) in the European and global construction industries.
The Ash Development Association of Australia’s CEO Craig Heidrich sits down to tell a little bit more about a new parliamentary inquiry into ash, how he aims to tackle potential hurdles and what it means for the ash industry.
On the 15th of April 2021, the company announced its plans for the North American fly ash business.
Newly licensed technologies developed at Purdue University could make use of Indiana’s growing amount of coal ash through new technology.
Energy Australia powers ahead with energy transition.
Boral’s Envisia® low-carbon concrete has entered the trial phase to test the viability of its use for a new logistics facility in Perth.
Origin Energy support transition away from coal-fired power with new plans to build a giant 700-megawatt capacity battery in the NSW Hunter region.
Fly ash from coal-fired power stations has become an important raw material for construction. But does the decline of coal power mean there’s no more ash?
Fifty-two percent of the coal ash produced during 2019 was recycled – marking the fifth consecutive year that more than half of the coal ash produced in the United States was beneficially used rather than disposed. The volume of fly ash used in concrete increased 1 percent over the previous year, but most other uses saw significant declines, leading to an overall decrease in recycling activity of 31 percent.
The ADAA is continuously working to expand its library of case studies and encourages anyone to contribute. Submission requirements included.
Each chair is an extension of the coal life cycle, creating a sustainable, adaptive and optimistic solution within the furniture design industry.
The Interim Board of the SmartCrete CRC is pleased to announce the appointment of Warren South as Chief Executive Officer for the CRC.
Our US based sister Association, the American Coal Ash Association Executive Director Thomas Adams was featured recently on the “Let’s Be Civil” engineering podcast. Prior, Tom was employed by the American Concrete Institute and has spent over 30 years in the ready mixed concrete industry. Tom provides an insighht into coal combustion product benefication journey partnership programs with US EPA (C2P2) and uses in the US, but more importantly the future harvesting opportunities for CCPs and role in the circular economy. 40 min duration.
The U PANEL walls contain a modular locking wall system that eliminates the need for cement, sand, lime mortar, screws, nails, or bolts to join the modules. The innovative product reduces build time by 75% compared to bricklaying; providing the Amata community with a cost-effective, easily installed and low-maintenance store.
A big win for the Central Coast and construction industry in driving Australia’s future towards a sustainable and circular economy.
RMIT University is leading a new major Australian Research Council (ARC) Industrial Transformation Research Hub. The hub will address the landfill waste crisis in Australia and focus on transforming reclaimed waste into new materials for use in the construction and manufacturing sectors.