This training presents a very effective strategy that communities, companies and governments should consider a lot for solving the issue of pollution by fly ash as well as the safe disposal of sewage sludge. With a “bonus” at the end.
- How to use sewage sludge and fly ash mixed together for making pollution by heavy metals harmless
- How to transform some heavily polluted sites into brand-new point-energy sources
- How mining industries can make agriculture safer by working on sewage sludge prior of its application
During this training you’ll learn one of the best natural solutions to solve more environmental and energy issues at the very same time. SLUASH does mean “sewage sludge & fly ash”: these are both essentials to achieve the desired goal of transforming polluted mining / ore sites (mostly by lead, cadmium and zinc) into natural energy point sources. The application of sewage sludge and fly ash is highly beneficial to the affected area. Even very low amounts of sluash (3%) allow to make pollutants unable to move from the area. At the same time, sewage sludge can be treated to generate new energy through composting and bio-fuel crops can be easily grown on the area.
Mining sites are among the most polluted sites of the planet, and the main activity for protecting the health of many people is to make pollutants no longer able to move from their release sites. This exactly is the main aim of the proposed solution. By applying on the ground this very special formula, called “SLUASH”, every pollutant is no longer able to spread from the affected site.
This training outlines the great importance of creating some highly beneficial bridges for cooperation between mining industries, coal power plants and agriculture. There is a simple reason for that: in most cases sewage sludge is applied as fertilizer on crop fields. This widespread practice, however, hides some great hidden dangers we deepen more and specifically target in another training, “Micro Formula”.
For making things more complete, the proposed training shows an additional method to make sewage sludge much less toxic and harmful to the people, once applied for agricultural purposes. This treatment has to be done before the application, and it’s strongly suggested at all latitudes and longitudes.
The right ratio between sewage sludge and fly ash to create the most performing SLUASH; by doing so, the treated area will benefit also from the opportunity to become a biofuel crop growing zone (although it can be considered for many other purposes, because pollutants on the ground are not able to spread).
The importance of setting up the right strategy for making the whole process much more effective; this basically means that communities can play an important role and they may benefit a lot from many sustainable development opportunities created from scratch by this approach.
The brand-new opportunity to create strong bonds between two often considered like opposite sectors, namely mining (as well as coal) and agriculture; a closer cooperation that opens frontiers for a totally unexplored way of sustainable industry.
This live training focuses the attention on many opportunities to dispose of sewage sludge and fly ash in a safe, sustainable way and belongs to the bigger framework called “Remedial Energy For Mining & Heavy Industries”. This very special framework is aimed at bringing the “white” into the “black” of the energy. For this particular training, basically everyone can really benefit from that: from affected communities up to mining and coal industries and policymakers. By applying the proposed guidelines, there is in fact the true opportunity to stop one of the most serious environmental threat coming from mining sites (and sewage sludge) with a great effectiveness and convenience.
If you wish, there is the chance of ordering a customized handbook that covers more deeply a specific issue related to other opportunities for a smart and sustainable disposal of sewage sludge and fly ash. To do that, you only need to send us a message and we’ll reply with our proposal.
|Domain of application||Mining & Heavy Industry|
|Level of difficulty||High|
|Tools||Live Training & Case Study|
|Main Target(s)||Communities, Governments, Companies|