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Reclamation of Alkaline Ash Piles and Protection of Their ...

----- EPA-600/7-79-128 July 1979 RECLAMATION OF ALKALINE ASH PILES AND PROTECTION OF THEIR ENVIRONMENT AGAINST DUSTING Wladyslaw Wysocki Central Research and Design Institute for Open-pit Mining Poltegor 51-6l6 Wroclaw, Poland Project Number 5- Project Officer John E. Hardaway Office of Energy - Region VIII U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Denver, Colorado

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Reclamation of Alkaline Ash Piles and Protection of Their ...

----- central research and design ,nstixuxe for opencast mining poltegor wroclaw — poland rosenberqw 28 reclamation of alkaline ash piles and protection of their environment against dusting 2— interim report, aug 1, 1975 june 30, 1976 wroclaw, july 1976 *

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Reclamation of alkaline ash piles and protection of their environment against dusting / by Wladyslaw Wysocki, Central Research and Design Institute for Open

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Reclamation of Refuse Piles Using Fluidized Bed Combustion

Properties of FBC Ash • Average percentage of CaCO 3 measured from the ash • Ebensburg Power Plant = 19.8% • Colver Power Plant = 24.7% Average SPLP Ash Leachate Water Quality Ebensburg Power Plant (45 samples total) Colver Power Plant (52 samples total) pH (SU) 12.09 12.41 Calcium (mg/L) 708 1,744 Chloride (mg/L) 11.4 18.8

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How do I get rid of my waste coal pile?

CFB Ash for Mine Reclamation Ash leftover from combustion in a CFB boiler is alkaline and well-suited for mine reclamation pro-jects. The ash is often hauled back to the same site where a gob pile was re-moved, where it can be mixed with soils around abandoned mines to neutralize acidity and immobi-lize heavy metals. The Commonwealth of

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Reclamation of alkaline ash piles: Wysocki, Wladyslaw ...

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Alkaline Stabilization Biosolids Factsheet

ash, lime kiln dust, or cement kiln dust are often used for alkaline stabilization because of their availability and relatively low cost. The alkaline stabilized product is suitable for application in many situations, such as landscaping, agriculture, and mine reclamation. The product serves as a lime substitute, source of organic matter,

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Chapter 5: Coal Ash Beneficial Use on Bituminous Mine Sites

FBC ash is typically highly alkaline giving it chemical and physical properties, described in Chapter 3, that make it particularly useful in mine reclamation. ... 5.2.1 Refuse Pile Reclamation—Ebensburg Power Company Revloc Site Abandoned coal refuse piles, large and small, dot the landscape of Pennsylvania’s ... refuse piles, and their ...

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Abandoned Mine Reclamation

Table of Contents FoRwARD ExEcuTivE SUMMARY 2.1 INTRoDucTIoN 2.2 THE PROJECT 2.2.1 The Bark Camp Mine Reclamation Laboratory 2.2.2 Permitting Sampling and Analysis 2.2.3 Operations 10 2.2.4 Physical and Chemical Processes 11 2.2.5 Results and Conclusions 13 INTRoDucTIoN 16 3.1 ABANDONED MINE LANDS 16 3.2 DREDGED MA TERIAL 17 3.2.1 Dredged Material Disposal 18

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Cost Estimate for Stabilization of Class F Fly Ash for ...

PPRP PPRP/ FLY ASH STABILIZATION/JUNE 2010 2 In-situ mixing (Figure 1) at the hypothetical mine reclamation site is assumed to consist of placing the fly ash in lifts of 2 to 24 inches. The fly ash would then be overlain with the selected reagents and/or additives. Once the two lifts are placed, a disc harrow pulled by a tractor would be

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Importing material to mine sites

Coal ash use is suitable only for use at active coal sites and their adjacent abandoned areas, not noncoal sites. To use a coal ash at a mine site for reclamation, soil amendment, alkaline additive, or as a low-permeability material, the source of the coal ash

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Project Gob Pile - AMRClearinghouse

Project Gob Pile Final Project Report November 30, 2001 Western Pennsylvania Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation Donohoe Center, RR 12 BOX 202B, Greensburg, PA 15601 (724) 837-5271 [email protected] This study was supported by a Growing Greener grant with funding provided by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA 104-30) and

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Testimony of John Stefanko Executive Deputy Secretary for ...

reclamation of abandoned mine lands through remining by providing permit application assistance, remining financial guarantees and reclamation bond credits. Also in 1992, Pennsylvania created a contract reclamation program to allow for the limited recovery of coal from waste piles where the coal removal was necessary to complete reclamation.

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Mine reclamation support, coal controversial

May 30, 2017  According to his organization's report, there are 840 piles of coal refuse, low quality coal and other material discarded by original mining operations, scattered across the Commonwealth’s ...

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Reclamation of Refuse Piles using Fluidized Bed Combustion Ash in the Blacklick Creek Watershed, Pennsylvania, DEP ... as the positive environmental benefits from their unique fuel cycle, which functions in many ways ... boiler technology to convert coal refuse into highly alkaline beneficial use ash

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ARIPPA AML/AMD RECLAMATION $5,000 AWARDS

of coal refuse has been processed and converted into alternative energy by their member plants from 1998 to 2008. Further, the technology used to convert coal refuse to electricity, known as Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) technology, produces alkaline-rich ash by-products. There are

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Reclamation and revegetation of fly ash disposal sites ...

Jan 01, 2009  Chemically, 90–99% of fly ash is composed of Si, Al, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na and K with Si and Al forming the major matrix (Adriano et al., 1980).Typical concentrations of major and trace elements in fly ash are presented in Table 1.Carbon and N are oxidized into gaseous constituents during combustion so they are present in fly ash in negligible quantities.

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Projects - Before After - ARIPPA

The coal refuse pile was estimated to contain over 11 million tons, covering 177 acres. Since the first day of operation in the mid-1990s, approximately 10.5 million tons of coal refuse have been removed. Reclamation activities including the planting of wildlife habitat trees, grasses and hedgerows is

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Phytoreclamation of Abandoned Acid Mine Drainage Site ...

Dec 20, 2017  Acid mine drainage and coal fly ash both are the sibling products from man’s increasing demand for power. Mining of coal from coal mines generates acid mine drainage (AMD), and burning of coal for thermal power generation produces fly ash (FA). Although both are hazardous to the ecosystem and human health, reunion of them into one would reduce their toxic effect on nature.

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Alkaline Stabilization Biosolids Factsheet

ash, lime kiln dust, or cement kiln dust are often used for alkaline stabilization because of their availability and relatively low cost. The alkaline stabilized product is suitable for application in many situations, such as landscaping, agriculture, and mine reclamation. The product serves as a lime substitute, source of organic matter,

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Biosolids Technology Fact Sheet Alkaline Stabilization of ...

Fly ash, lime kiln dust, or cement kiln dust are often used for alkaline stabilization because of their availability and relatively low cost. The alkaline stabilized product is suitable for application in many situations, such as landscaping, agriculture, and mine reclamation.

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THE FORESTRY RECLAMATION APPROACH

highly alkaline or acidic soils. During mining and reclamation, all highly alkaline materials with excessive soluble salts and all highly acidic or toxic material should be covered with a suitable rooting medium that will support trees. The best available Photo 1. A white oak stand that grew on a pre-SMCRA surface mine in southern Illinois.

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GEOLOGY AND RECLAMATION AT THE WATERLOO SOUTH

Apr 27, 2017  marcasite, and many others from rubble piles ... and management of the ash as a reclamation material. ... Also, the pugging or mixing of the alkaline ash with water further generated an exothermic reaction whereby a newer product was formed and instead of the ash, a harmless calcitic slilicate material was generated as the final fill product. ...

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CHAPTER 4. COAL ASH BENEFICIAL USE (CONVENTIONAL

Location of coal ash beneficial use mine sites in PA. The cogeneration plant concept is perfectly suited to the Anthracite Region because these facilities remove abandoned coal refuse banks, mix the culm with limestone in their circulating fluidized-bed combustors, producing an alkaline coal ash, and use the coal ash

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Alkali Soils: Factors, Effects and Reclamation

Some plants are resistant to alkali salts. Barley, wheat oats sorghum, sugar-beet, berseem are best suited to grow in alkaline soil. Cotton and grapes are also alkah tolerants. Uppal et al (1961) prepared a list of crops that can be grown at various stages of reclamation. They can be categorized as high, medium and low salt tolerant crops.

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Other Coal Ash Sites September 2011 U.S. Minerals ...

ash and coal waste piles/impoundments are located to the north and southwest. The closest residence is approximately 900 feet northwest of the ash pile/impoundment and about 1100 feet from the “dry ash.” Runoff water impoundments are located on the part of the pile nearest that residence. A topsoil stockpile and offsite runoff diversion

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Reclamation and revegetation of fly ash disposal sites ...

Jan 01, 2009  Chemically, 90–99% of fly ash is composed of Si, Al, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na and K with Si and Al forming the major matrix (Adriano et al., 1980).Typical concentrations of major and trace elements in fly ash are presented in Table 1.Carbon and N are oxidized into gaseous constituents during combustion so they are present in fly ash in negligible quantities.

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Mine reclamation support, coal controversial

May 30, 2017  According to his organization's report, there are 840 piles of coal refuse, low quality coal and other material discarded by original mining operations, scattered across the Commonwealth’s ...

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Use Wood Ashes in the Garden Wisely - UF/IFAS Extension ...

Oct 04, 2017  Although hardwood ash is only about half as effective as lime for raising soil pH, it should still be used with caution. While some sources recommend a yearly application rate of 25-50 lbs. of ash per 1,000 square feet, other sources say apply no more than 10-15 lbs. of ash per 1,000 square feet per year. Regular soil testing is suggested to ...

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Procedures for Processing Beneficial Use of Coal ...

"Use of Wet FGD Material For Reclamation and AMD Abatement in Abandoned Acidic Coal Refuse Piles", S. Mafi, American Electric Power "Coal Ash for Reclamation", West Virginia University. Ohio Administrative Code 3745-30-01; 3745-30-02; 3745-30-03; 3745-30-04

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Gilberton Power Company

Gilberton Power and Schuylkill Energy are able to fully reclaim abandoned strip-mining pits by using discarded anthracite waste coal, or culm, as the their fuel source and by utilizing alkaline ash resulting from the cogeneration process. The waste coal removal is only one part of the environmental benefit. These highly acidic abandoned pits ...

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Excellence in Surface Coal Mining Reclamation Awards Winners

The ash spread on the pit floor, mixed in the backfill, and on the final slopes prior to topsoil placement acted as a sealer and neutralizing agent. Good reclamation practices and use of the ash has resulted in good water quality discharges and postmining land that should remain productive for years in the future. Consolidation Coal Company ...

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ARIPPA AML Reclamation Awards - epcamr

ARIPPA reports that 145 million tons of coal refuse have been processed and converted into alternative energy by their member plants from 1998 to 2008. Further, the technology used to convert coal refuse to electricity, known as Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) technology, produces alkaline-rich ash byproducts.

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