CCR management using geotextile tubes

August 1st, 2017 / By: / Feature, Projects

Introduction Since the late 1800s, coal has played a leading role in U.S. production of electrical energy. Coal-fired power plants have provided reliable electrical power from the earliest days when power plants were run with hand-fed coal to heat boilers to produce steam. The introduction of pulverized coal led to improvements in the electrical-generation process […]

 

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One response to “CCR management using geotextile tubes

  1. To put it quite simply old-fashioned ash ponds are a thing of the past. Geotextile tube dewatering enables a position where all kinds of beneficial use of the different coal wastes can be complicated.
    Singapore built an artificial island using ash from waste. They were challenged but they did it.

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