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Fly ash a major issue for the future: Central Pollution Control Board

Source: The Times of India, Date: January , 0117

The Times of India, Dhanbad, Jan 2017: The handling and management of fly ash will be a major concern for the world in the coming years. The fact surfaced at a training program organized by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) on Thursday, at the Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research (CIMFR).The event is aimed at managing and utilizing fly ash which comes as a byproduct of thermal power stations and other industries. The program is scheduled to continue till January 7. Director of CIMFR said, "The training program focusses on the statistics of fly ash generation and the regulations laid down by the Ministry of Environment and Forests which has made the utilization of fly ash mandatory in construction work, building roads and other activities."

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