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AASCIT Communications | Volume 1, Issue 2 | Jul. 18, 2014 online | Page:22-26
Synthesis of Value-added Materials from Coal Combustion Products and Biomass Ash: Environmental Application
The world is undergoing the largest wave of urban growth in history. Increasing urbanization, growth of population with rising standards of living have contributed to increase the quantity of solid wastes generated by mining, industrial, agricultural, and domestic activities. Management of increasing amounts of solid waste has become a major challenge in many cities in developing countries. The main objective of waste management system is to maximize economic benefits and at the same time protection of the environment. The optimal solution for solid waste management is to minimize the quantity of waste both at generation and disposal stage followed by preventive environmental management action. Recycling of solid wastes is another major productive area in which considerable quantity can be utilized for manufacturing new products. Converting solid residues into value-added materials not only alleviates the disposal problem but also converts a waste material into a marketable commodity. The major solid wastes generated in Brazil are ash generated at coal-fired power plants, sludge from water treatment plant and waste biomass. To safeguard the environment, efforts are being made for recycling the wastes and utilize them in value-added applications. This article provides an overview of current research activities of our research group on the synthesis of value-added materials from Coal Combustion Products and waste agricultural biomass and their potential environmental application especially as low-cost adsorbents for the treatment of wastewater and production of ecological brick.
Denise Alves Fungaro, Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares, IPEN–CNEN/SP, Av. Prof. Lineu Prestes, Cidade Universitária ,São Paulo, SP, Brazil.
Solid Wastes, Low-Cost Adsorbent, Coal Ash, Sugarcane Straw, Ecological Bricks
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FUNGARO, D. A; YAMAURA, M.; CARVALHO, T. E. M.; GRACIANO, J. E. A. Zeolite from Fly Ash-Iron Oxide Magnetic Nanocomposite: Synthesis and Application as an Adsorbent for Removal of Contaminants from Aqueous Solution. In: ANDREYEV, M. K; ZUBKOV, O. L. (Ed.). Zeolites: Synthesis, Chemistry and Applications. Hauppauge, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, 2012.
YAMAURA, M.; FUNGARO, D.A. Synthesis and characterization of magnetic adsorbent prepared by magnetite nanoparticles and zeolite from coal fly ash. Journal of Materials Science 48 (2013) 5093–5101.
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FUNGARO, D.A.; BRUNO, M.; GROSCHE, L.C. “Adsorption and kinetic studies of methylene blue on zeolite synthesized from fly ash,” Desalination and Water Treatment, 2, 231-239, 2009.
FUNGARO, D.A.; YAMAURA, M.; CARVALHO, T. E .M. Adsorption of anionic dyes from aqueous solution on zeolite from fly ash-iron oxide magnetic nanocomposite Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences 2 (2011) 305-316.
CARVALHO, T. E. M.; FUNGARO, D. A.; MAGDALENA, C .P.; CUNICO, P. Adsorption of indigo carmine from aqueous solution using coal fly ash and zeolite from fly ash Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 289, 617-626, 2011.
BERTOLINI, T. C. R.; IZIDORO, J. C. ; MAGDALENA, C. P.; FUNGARO, D. A. Adsorption of crystal violet dye from aqueous solution onto zeolites from coal fly and bottom ashes. Orbital: The Electronic Journal of Chemistry 5 (2013) 179-191.
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FUNGARO, D.A.; BORRELY S. I.; CARVALHO, T. E. M. Surfactant Modified Zeolite from Cyclone Ash as Adsorbent for Removal of Reactive Orange 16 from Aqueous Solution. American Journal of Environmental Protection 1 (2013) 1-9.
FUNGARO, D.A.; MAGDALENA, C. P. Counterion effects on the adsorption of Acid Orange 8 from aqueous solution onto HDTMA-modified nanozeolite from fly ash. Environment and Ecology Research 2 (2014) 97-106.
FUNGARO, D. A.; REIS, T. V. S.; LOGLI, M. A.; OLIVEIRA, N. A. Synthesis and Characterization of Zeolitic Material Derived from Sugarcane Straw Ash. American Journal of Environmental Protection 2 (2014) 16-21.
SILVA, M. V. Development of bricks with incorporation of coal ash and sludge from water treatment plant. Master Dissertation. Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares, Brasil, 2011 (in Portuguese with English abstract) http://pelicano.ipen.br/PosG30/TextoCompleto/Mauro%20Valerio%20da%20Silva_M.pdf
Arcticle History
Submitted: Jun. 16, 2014
Accepted: Jul. 8, 2014
Published: Jul. 18, 2014
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