Photo courtesy of American Coal Ash Association.

If you missed ARTBA’s June 22 webinar on the current and long-term outlook for fly ash, it’s available here for free viewing.

Mark Holan, editorial director, ARTBA

A free ARTBA webinar June 22 will explore the current and long-term outlook for fly ash, which is widely used as a cost-effective way to bolster concrete durability for roads, bridges, runways and other infrastructure.

The webinar will address factors affecting near-term fly ash supply; describe changes occurring in the electric utility sector that produces the supplementary material; and provide a longterm outlook for its continued availability in the U.S.

Thomas H. Adams, executive director at the American Coal Ash Association, and John N. Ward, chairman of Citizens for Recycling First, are the featured presenters.

The discussion also will highlight information from two ARTBA studies that quantified the economic benefits of fly ash utilization and compiled the first-ever forecast for fly ash availability.

The webinar begins at 1 p.m. Eastern and will last for approximately one hour. Please register in advance. For questions, contact ARTBA’s Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Nick Goldstein.