RWE uses concrete incorporating its own fly ash for power plant construction

On January 15, RWE reported that it has used its own fly ash for incorporation in concrete used for construction of the new 2.2 GW natural gas-fired power plant in Pembroke, U.K. Celtic Ash is treating the fly ash for RWE, and Lafarge is making the concrete replacing 30% of the Portland cement with ...

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