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May 3, 2014 6:00 PM

How to approach coal ash problem

There has been considerable coverage surrounding the Dan River coal ash spill and the broader issue of coal ash management. As someone who has worked extensively with coal fly ash (CFA) since I was a graduate student, I want to provide context around its properties, its beneficial reuse and the need for a coal ash management plan.

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