AEP Recycles Ash Residue for Concrete Products

Ceracrete Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Environmental Solutions Inc. of Richmond, Va., developed technology to convert ash and scrubber residue into Ceracrete, a high-performance repair material that uses 50 percent coal ash.

COLUMBUS, Ohio–High gasoline prices, shortages of home heating oil, and the threat of electricity brownouts all point to the lack of a balanced national energy policy, and Americans for Balanced Energy Choices (ABEC) is enlisting the help of Ohio citizens to ensure that things don’t get worse. That’s the message being spread in Ohio and across the nation in a new round of radio advertisements sponsored by ABEC, a national non-profit, non-partisan organization that supports the development of a balanced national energy policy.

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