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Sources of Flyash

72% of India's power plants are coal based. These power stations generate nearly 40 million tonnes of flyash annually.

 

Nature of Pollution

Flyash causes severe pollution of air and water, and its disposal gobbles up large tracts of land. Well planned programmes for proper management of flyash are therefore being undertaken to enhance the use of flyash in various applications, so that our already perilously imbalanced environment can be protected.

 

Recycling of Flash

Bricks, Portland pozzolana cement, blocks, tiles, light weight aggregates and hollow blocks are produced utilising flyash as raw material. Mechanised manufacture of flyash lime bricks is a major thrust area. The twofold aim is to utilise bulk quantities of flyash and help bridge the huge shortfall of bricks and other building materials required by the constantly rising construction activity.

 

Advantages of flyash bricks:

 

Ø  Several loadbearing grades.

Ø  Savings in mortar, plastering.

Ø  Smart looking brickwork.

 

 
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