Fly ash will continue to be available even as concrete companies begin to use more of it during production to reduce permeability and the likelihood of alkali-silica reactivity, according to Charah Solutions Executive Vice President Danny Gray.

Power producers are being pressured to focus more on finding uses for fly ash instead of disposing of it, and mining could one day be used to unearth fly ash from impoundments and landfills, Bill Palmer writes.

But a recent article in Ash at Work, the magazine of the American Coal Ash Association provides a definitive answer. The author, Danny Gray executive vice president of Charah Solutions, looking at where the ash industry will go over the next 50 years, states that

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