Ash researchers turn to glass in France

Larane, Andre
August 1997
World Wastes;Aug97, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the use of vitrification process in treating fly ash in France. Aim of research programs to vitrify fly ash in order to make it inert and inoffensive; Description of a fly ash vitrification plant in Bordeaux; Development of a vitrification system by Electricite de France; Study conducted by industrial firms on the use of oxygen burner during vitrification process.


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