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Extraction of leachable metals and recovery of alumina from utility coal ash.
Gabler-RC Jr.; Stoll-RL
Resour Conserv 1982 Aug; 9:131-142
The extraction of metals from coal ash was investigated as part of a Bureau of Mines program to convert waste materials from a disposal problem to potential secondary resources. The objectives of this study were to produce a more environmentally acceptable waste and offset waste disposal costs with recovered metal values. The research was conducted in two steps: determination of parameters affecting extraction of aluminum from coal ash, and development of extraction-recovery procedures.
OP; Journal Article
Resources and Conservation. Resource Recovery and Environmental Issues of Industrial Solid Wastes, October 28-30, 1981, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, U.S.A.
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