Metals in MSWI fly ash – problems or opportunities ?

  title={Metals in MSWI fly ash – problems or opportunities ?},
  author={Karin Karlfeldt Fedje},
Incineration of municipal solid waste is a commonly used management method to take care of our waste. However, the residues produced are a problem. They often contain large amounts of potentially toxic metal compounds and soluble salts, which can cause harm to the environment and human health if released from the ash. These ashes are therefore usually classified as hazardous materials and are deposited in specialized landfills. However, as society strives towards more sustainable material… CONTINUE READING


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