A two-metre high bank of pulverised fuel ash from the power station is being recycled to provide material for the foundations, while furnace bottom ash from the power station will be used to construct the centre's car park.
What does PFA stand for?
PFA stands for Pulverised Fuel Ash (cement additive)
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- Protected Forest Area (various locations)
- Protection From Abuse
- Provider Financial Assurance Audit (UK)
- Psychological First Aid
- Public Facilities Authority
- Public Finance Authority
- Public Financing Authority
- Public First Aid
- Public Fishing Area
- Pulled from Air
- Participating Field Activity
- Peoples' Forum Against ADB (Asian Development Bank)
- Plasma Free Amino Acid (cancer biology)
- Prescott Fine Arts Association (Prescott, AZ)
- Professional Flight Attendants Association
- Public Finance Amendment Act of 2004 (New Zealand)
- Protein Family Alignment Annotation Tool
- Parachute Field Artillery Battalion
- Portal for Another Bulletin Board (content management system)
- People for A Better Bus Station (Rochester, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NORTH Wales civil engineering firm Jones Bros says it is making good progress on a project to construct the UK's first eco-lining for a containment cell at a former quarry to hold pulverised fuel ash from the nearby Aberthaw coal fired power station.
The waste is pulverised fuel ash (PFA)--a constituent of fly ash--and the fillers derived from it are collectively the RockTron range.
LYNEMOUTH: Bosses at Alcan are seeking permission from the county council for an extension of the time limit until May 2004 to fill in two ash lagoons with pulverised fuel ash produced by the coal-fired power station at the Lynemouth smelting complex.
Pulverised fuel ash (Part 1 PFA) is used as a cement replacement.
The use of blended cements, incorporating recycled products such as pulverised fuel ash or granulated blast furnace slag, is also growing steadily.
The newly introduced pulverised fuel ash quality protocol (QP) sets end of waste criteria for the production and use of pulverised fuel ash (PFA) and furnace bottom ash (FBA) to be used in bound materials and grout applications.
Which he no doubt could have done with after an exhausting day on the Church Village site, during which he crammed in an overview of all the work Costain Ltd and Atkins, the design consultants for the scheme, have had to do, including cutting through difficult ground such as inert landfill and pulverised fuel ash, treating mineworkings and constructing embankments over landfills and marshland.