PODCAST: Coal Combustion Residuals and GCLs

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Geosynthetica’s Director, Elizabeth Peggs, interviewed Dr. Craig Benson (University of Virginia) and engineer John Allen (CETCO) about coal combustion residuals (CCRs) and new barrier system regulations governing CCR handling and storage. Both Benson and Allen will be at the Coal Ash Management Forum on July 21 and 22 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Benson is a speaker at the event. In their discuss... »

Additional Details on Coal Ash Management Forum

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During the past week, Geosynthetica has interviewed waste management operators, utilities, design engineering firms, geosynthetics manufacturers, and fabricators and installers about coal combustion residuals (CCRs). The interviews are part of a series of stories we will publish on the sector and participants in the Coal Ash Management Forum, which takes place July 21 and 22 in Charlotte, North Ca... »

Coal Ash Management Forum Program

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The Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF) and the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) are holding the Coal Ash Management Forum July 21 and 22 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The event features a 1.5-day technical program that will take participants through a comprehensive range of topics: Perspectives on CCR Management Current Research on Coal Combustion Residuals G... »

7ICEG Program and Early Registration

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The 7th International Congress on Environmental Geotechnics (7ICEG) will be held 10 – 14 November 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. This multi-disciplinary event will bring together the entire geotechnical field, including geosynthetic experts, for field-forward keynotes, panel discussions, technical sessions, product advancements, and high-level networking in its international trade show. The organiz... »

Australia: 7ICEG Opens Registration

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The 7th International Congress on Environmental Geotechnics (7 ICEG) is coming together quickly. To be held 10 – 14 November 2014 in Melbourne, Australia, the event will bring together geotechnical experts from around the world—including many from the geosynthetics field—for high-level workshops, practical case study sessions, short courses, networking, technology transfer, and much more. REGISTRA... »