Tag Archive for 'bottom ash'

Recovering hydrogen from waste incinerator ash as an energy source

March 29th, 2013 by Lund University

Every year, millions of tons of environmentally harmful ash from waste incinerators is produced worldwide. The bottom ash is dumped in landfills or in some countries it is used as construction material. Bottom ash is left in the open air to age and make it safer because newly produced bottom ash is not chemically inert. […]

The Solid Waste Disposal Solution for Guernsey

July 21st, 2009 by Dr Barrie Mealing

Summary This paper presents a robust and complete solution to the Guernsey solid waste disposal problem. This solution restricts use of landfill to materials which cannot reasonably be treated in any other way, eliminates unneighbourly commercial burning of timber, minimises the generation of problematic ash residues, and promotes best recycling practices. This solution is feasible […]