Finding fly ash in a low-carbon era

As more coal-fired power stations close, supplies of fresh fly ash are dwindling, yet it is essential for the production of cement and concrete products. Nigel Cooke looks a project that aims to secure supplies by retrieving landfilled material

by Nigel Cooke
Ash from burned fuel can be made into concrete. Photo: UKQAA
Ash from burned fuel can be made into concrete. Photo: UKQAA

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