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|Title: ||Environmental Impacts of Fly Ash Generated from a Coal Fired Power Plant in Indian Sub-continent|
|Authors: ||Jena, S|
|Keywords: ||coal combustion residues|
|Issue Date: ||May-2011 |
|Citation: ||The 17th annual conference of the International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS) was hosted by the Earth Institute, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA from 8-10 May 2011|
|Abstract: ||Coal has always been the backbone of any industrialized nation as it fulfills the energy requirement for all developmental activities. Coal occupies an important position in energy sector in India since India has vast reserves of thermal grade coal. Combustion of coal to generate electricity produces large volumes of coal combustion residues (CCRs) particularly fly ash as Indian coals contain high ash. These fly ash dominated CCRs accumulates in on-site piles and ash ponds leading to serious environmental problems, particularly contamination of ground and surface waters due to leaching of trace elements.
The present study deals with assessment of impacts of fly ash generated from a coal fired power plant located on eastern region of India. The results of the study show the presence of many trace elements in different layers of the soil. Soil samples from different layers were collected and tested for the presence of trace elements. The results of this study indicate that some of the...|
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