Draft Ratios for Stabilizing Fly Ash from Incineration Plants
Marcela Malindzakova1, Andrea Rosova1, Dusan Malindzak2
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1Institute of Logistics, Technical University of Kosice, BERG Faculty,
Park Komenskeho 14, 040 00, Kosice, Slovakia
2Consultant, U. S. Steel Kosice, Vstupny areal U. S. Steel Kosice, 044 54, Kosice, Slovakia
Submission date: 2016-07-04
Final revision date: 2016-08-18
Acceptance date: 2016-08-18
Online publication date: 2017-01-31
Publication date: 2017-01-31
Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 2017;26(1):431–434
As current trends indicate, the amount of waste materials from production processes and from general consumption is rapidly increasing everywhere. Such wastes include solid, liquid, and gaseous elements representing all industrial sectors as well as different waste types of any kind. On the one hand there is an increasing shortage of certain raw materials, and on the other hand the ever-present danger associated with handling various hazardous wastes. Therefore, one can assume with great certainty that more sophisticated and more effective utilization of wastes will define the future orientation of material and energy management [1].