South Eastern QLD Coal Combustion Products Engineering Workshop
Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) – often referred to as “coal ash” and including “fly ash” and “bottom ash” – are solid materials produced when coal is burned to generate electricity. There are many good reasons why the 12 million tonnes of CCPs generated annually are viewed as resources. Beneficiating (using) CCPs conserves natural resources, saves energy, and reduces associated carbon emissions contributing towards an efficient circular economy. Applications incorporating CCPs have been proven to outperform products made without it.
Coal continues to be the largest energy source for electricity generation within Australia, and accordingly, significant volumes of CCPs are produced, used, and stored annually.
The aim of this workshop is to promote resource recovery opportunities, transforming CCPs valued added resources.
Topics to be discussed include:
• Australian Beneficiation Perspective, Circular Economy, End of Waste Codes
• Generators Capability and Drivers for CE
• Processors Capability/Products
• An Engineers Perspective after 30+ years of Experience
• Case Study: Pavement Designers Perspective (Stanwell Power Station)
Refreshments are included.
This is a free workshop but registrations are essential.
COVIDSafe event requirements:
We ask that if you are not feeling well or are displaying any COVID-19 symptoms to NOT attend this event. You may receive a full refund if you cannot attend for this reason. This includes staying home if unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath
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