ACAA

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AcronymDefinition
ACAAAllegheny County Airport Authority (Pennsylvania)
ACAAAmerican Coal Ash Association (Washington, DC)
ACAAAir Carrier Access Act of 1986
ACAAAssociation of Certified Accountants of Azerbaijan
ACAAAir Carrier Association of America
ACAAAmazigh Cultural Association in America
ACAAAutomatic Chemical Agent Alarm
ACAAAmerican Coalition for Abuse Awareness
ACAAAmerican Cosmetic Acupuncture Association
ACAAAcademic Center for Aging Aircraft
ACAAAntique Automobile Club of America (Hershey, PA)
ACAAAfrican Canadian Achievement Award
ACAAAgreement of Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of Industrial Products
ACAAAffordable COTS for Aging Aircraft
ACAAAlabama Coastal Area Act
ACAAArmy Concept Analysis Agency (US Army)
ACAAAgricultural Conservation & Adjustment Administration
ACAAAuto-Calibrating Adaptive Array
ACAAAir Controlman Airman Apprentice (US Navy Rating)
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Yet we know that the American Coal Ash Association petitioned the EPA, requesting that coal ash be officially approved by the USDA for use as an organic fertilizer.
Adams, the executive director of the American Coal Ash Association. ''EPA's final decision to regulate coal ash as a 'non-hazardous' material puts science ahead of politics and clears the way for beneficial use of ash to begin growing again -- thereby keeping ash out of landfills and disposal ponds in the first place.''
"Ash recycling has leveled off," said American Coal Ash Association Executive Director Thomas Adams at a late-November media briefing in Washington, D.C.
The American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) reported in its latest Coal Combustion Product Production & Use Survey Results that 43% of all CCW produced in the United States in 2007 was devoted to what are termed "beneficial uses." The state-defined "beneficial use" designation means a waste product is used in the manufacture of or as a replacement for another product.
(1.) American Coal Ash Association (1998) Coal Combustion Product Production and Use Document.
Sources at the American Coal Ash Association, Alexandria, Va., say products from Stanley Tool handles to parts on early General Motors Corvettes included small amounts of fly ash.
The roster of past and present clients is a smorgasbord of special interests: Abbott Laboratories, American Coal Ash Association, American Insurance Association, the American Nuclear Energy Council, the American Petroleum Institute.
Onsite storage costs range from $10 to $45 per ton, according to the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA).
Cement and concrete contribute to an impressive recycling story detailed in the American Coal Ash Association's Production and Use Survey released last month.
The goal of these initiatives is to ensure public health; the challenge is to do so without compromising a recycling industry that the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) says keeps about 56 million tons of CCW per year out of the landfilled waste stream.
The American Coal Ash Association Production and Use Survey, released late last month, pegs 2016 Class F and Class C fly ash consumption in concrete at 14.4 million tons, down 8 percent from the prior year's record 15.7 million tons.
The American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) is now taking steps to quantify U.S.
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