resources

Resources

 

Fact Sheets:

Fact Sheets describe CCP characteristics, use in varied applications & contributions to sustainable practice.. 

Statistics:

Natural Resources Canada collects national statistics on behalf of Industry, publishing data in terms of 3-year averages. 

Videos:

Video Series presents beneficial use of Coal Ash Professionals, Students and General Public.

                                          Developed with support from Canada's National Action Plan on Climate Change.

On-line Learning:

Technical References

Industry Links

Traditional and Non-traditional Uses of Coal Combustion Products introduces CCPs, their performance benefits, and best practices. 

            Developed withUniversity of New Brunswick,Civil Eng. &  support from Canada's National Action Plan on Climate Change.

 

Seminars:

Responsible Use of SCMs in Performance-Based Specifications delivers presentations by

Canadian experts in engineering, materials, research and architecture & design.

             Developed with government and industry colleagues & support from Canada's National Action Plan on Climate Change.

Guidelines:

Use of Fly Ash and Slag in Concrete: A Best Practice Guide (2005)

Natural Resources Canada's International Centre for Sustainable Development of Cement and Concrete (ICON/CANMET) & Pubic Works & Government Services Canada

                                         

National Master Specification Pubic Works & Government Services Canada.

 

 

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