Use of Incineration MSW Ash: A Review
AbstractThis study reviews the characteristics of municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) ashes, with a main focus on the chemical properties of the ashes. Furthermore, the possible treatment methods for the utilization of ash, namely, separation processes, solidification/stabilization and thermal processes, are also discussed. Seven types of MSWI ash utilization are reviewed, namely, cement and concrete production, road pavement, glasses and ceramics, agriculture, stabilizing agent, adsorbents and zeolite production. The practical use of MSWI ash shows a great contribution to waste minimization as well as resources conservation. View Full-Text
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Lam, C.H.K.; Ip, A.W.M.; Barford, J.P.; McKay, G. Use of Incineration MSW Ash: A Review. Sustainability 2010, 2, 1943-1968.
Lam CHK, Ip AWM, Barford JP, McKay G. Use of Incineration MSW Ash: A Review. Sustainability. 2010; 2(7):1943-1968.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lam, Charles H. K.; Ip, Alvin W. M.; Barford, John Patrick; McKay, Gordon. 2010. "Use of Incineration MSW Ash: A Review." Sustainability 2, no. 7: 1943-1968.