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[GreenYes] FLY ASH




>On Sep 1, 2006, at 4:58 PM, weedeat@no.address wrote:
>
>Can fly ash be recycled? Thanks keith


Well, yes. Fly ash "can" be recycled. But keep in mind that coal
fly ash is loaded with harmful substances ranging from arsenic to
uranium. There is a lot of pressure from those producing this stuff
and wanting to get rid of it cheaply (power plant operators....) and
not all of the uses that are "legal" may really be protective of
"human health and the environment." Caution is indicated.....

Alan

Alan Muller, Executive Director
Green Delaware
Box 69
Port Penn, DE 19731 USA
(302)834-3466
fax (302)836-3005
greendel@no.address
www.greendel.org


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