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Coarse Ash

The remaining 10% of ash is coarse ash, also known as boilers bottoms ash, which drops down from the furnace and collects at the bottom in the ash hopper of the boiler. Coarse ash can is identified as a sand-like product removed from the base of a pulverized fuel boiler. Coarse ash can be obtained from the power stations emergency dump or an agreed point that is safe and environmentally acceptable.

Uses & benefits:

 
Coarse ash can be used as a feedstock for the production of cement clinker and as an aggregate for the manufacture of concrete masonry units such as bricks and blocks.