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BASF Collaboration Yields Fly Ash Treatment for Concrete Applications

9:12 AM MDT | June 19, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

FlyAshDirect, a Cincinnati coal combustion production management company, says a joint development partnership with BASF has yielded a chemical solution that can fix activated carbon tainted by fly ash for concrete applications. The chemical solution beneficiates fly ashes used in concrete that have been exposed to Powder Activated Carbon (PAC), a material widely accepted as a method to control mercury emissions at coal burning power plants. PAC injection systems will deposit activated carbon onto the fly ash as it travels through the flue gas, subsequently...

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