Reclamation of Ohio Coal Mine Sites Using FGD Byproducts: Phase II Demonstration Projects
The goal of this work is to promote the high-volume beneficial use of Ohio FGD by-products in the reclamation of abandoned and active Ohio coal surface mine sites. The focus of this project is the beneficial use of FGD gypsum and stabilized sulfite FGD material at coal mine sites in the vicinity (within 15 miles) of Ohio FGD generating stations.
(Ohio Advanced Energy Job Stimulus Fund): Reclamation of Ohio Coal Mine Sites using FGD by-products: Phase II, October 2009 – September 2012
In order to document and advance remining of Ohio coal in conjunction with reclamation of abandoned mined lands, OSU has undertaken this Phase I research effort which couples a preliminary assessment of remining activities in Duck Creek watershed and working with DMRM established Remining Task Force to assist with program development and implementation.
A Closer Look at Coal Remining: Review of Duck Creek Watershed and Remining’s Role on Mitigating the Impacts from Pre-law Legacy Mining in Ohio, October 2010 – March 2012
Coal Combustion Products Extension Program
The goal of this work is to increase the annual utilization tonnage of Ohio Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) from 3 million tons per year in 2008 to about 5.6 million tons by 2012, i.e. increase Ohio utilization rates from current 30% rate to 35% by 2012 despite a projected 60% increase in the annual production of CCPs.
(Ohio Advanced Energy Job Stimulus Fund) and 12 Industrial Partners: Coal Combustion Products Extension Program, June 2009 – May 2012
Liquefaction Potential of Impounded Fly Ash – Phase II, December 2009 – June 2011