Research

Environment and Hygiene

 

Topic 1: Chemistry, Mineralogy, Leaching tests

Subject
Author (s)
Affiliation
Year
Characterization
Monitoring system for leaching trace elements from coal ash
Prof. Israela Ravina, Tal Goldart, Malka Kohva, Ovadia Nahum, Shlomo Salant, Mordechai Amir
Soil and water Research Center, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
1996
Analytical methods for coal ash leaching tests
Shlomit Shaps, Prof. Haim Cohen
Department of Chemistry, Ben Gurion University
1996
Dr. Ethel Dorfman, Dr. Henry Foner
Geological Survey of Israel
Leaching potential of metals from bottom ash
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
1998
Leaching of bottom ash columns
Dr. Meni Ben-Hur, Dina Goldstein
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2000
Leachability of chemical elements from bottom ash particles < 1 mm into water under saturation conditions
Dr. Rami Keren
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2000
Evaluation of the Chromium speciation in Israeli coal fly ashes
Dr. H.A. van der Sloot, Dr. R.P.J.J. Rietra, Dr. J.J. Dijkstra, Dr. D. Hoede
Energy Research Center of the Netherlands (ECN)
2001
XAFS Analysis of Cr(VI) in Israeli fly ash samples
Prof. Frank E Huggins
Consortium of Fossil Fuel Sciences, University of Kentucky, USA
2002
Oxyanions release from fly ash in alkaline aqueous media
Prof. Rami Keren, Ludmila Tsehansky
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2008
Characterization of fly ash from different sources – Influence of pH on leaching with Initial Acid/Base Addition following CEN/TC 292 method
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
2008
2009
Infrastructure
Chemical and mineralogical characterization of coal ash from an embankment at M.D. Hadera Power Station
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
1996
The pollution potential by trace elements from coal ash to soil and water resources
Dr. Meni Ben-Hur, Dr. Rami Keren, Guy Reshef
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
1998
Filtration rate in coal fly ash at Jisr el-Zarqa landfill
Dr. Rami Keren, Dr. Meni Ben-Hur
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2000
Dr. Ariel Metzger
Environmental Protection and Licensing Department, The Israel Electric Corporation ltd.
Estimate of Boron and other elements release from fly ash and their movement towards groundwater in the Na’an site
Dr. Rami Keren
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2000
Chemical and mineralogical changes monitoring in a fly ash landfill at Jisr el-Zarqa
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
2001
Exemption level for utilizing bottom ash in infrastructure uses
Dr. Yaacov Nathan
Geological Survey of Israel
2002
Dr. Rami Keren
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
Pollution potential of bottom ash
Dr. Yaacov Nathan, Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
2004
A method to evaluate Selenium, Vanadium and Boron release from fly ash mixed with soil
Prof. Rami Keren, Sigal Tseidi Nativ
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2005
Chemical and mineralogical changes monitoring in a fly ash landfill at Jisr el-Zarqa– Stage 2
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
2005
Chemical and mineralogical changes monitoring in a fly ash landfill at Jisr el-Zarqa– Stage 3
Yoetz Deutsch, Dr. Olga Yoffe, Galit Sharabi
Geological Survey of Israel
2007
Impact evaluation of Israeli coal fly ash in beneficial uses
Dr. Hans A. van der Sloot
Hans van der Sloot Consultancy, Langedijk, The Netherlands
2009
Infiltration rate in fly ash landfill at Revadim, Highway 6
Prof. Rami Keren
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2009
Monitoring findings of flowing, alluvium and trace elements at Jisr el-Zarqa and Orot Rabin Power Station embankments
Dr. Meni Ben-Hur, Haim Tenaw, Lae Leib
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2009
Animals bedding
Feasibility of bottom ash for use as a cowshed bedding
Dr. Rami Keren, Prof. Uri Mingelgrin, Dr. Pinchas Fine
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2000
Dr. Israel Bruckental
Institute of Animal Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
PCB, Lead, Arsenic and Mercury residues in bovine liver and kidney tissues in cattle on bottom ash bedding
Dr. Shimon Barel, Prof. Stefan Soback
Kimron Veterinary Institute, Veterinary Services and Animal Health
2002
Using bottom ash as a chickens shed bedding – Environmental aspects
Prof. Rami Keren, Ludmila Tsehansky
Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2004
Heavy metals content in cows and chickens crouch on bottom ash substrate
Dr. Israel Bruckental
Institute of Animal Sciences, The Volcani Center for Agricultural Research
2005
The influence of inert materials having absorption capability for chicken secretion on the quality of it and the coop environment
Dr. Israel Yoselevich, Dr. Dan Bachrach, Itzhak Malka
The Agricultural Extension Service, Ministry of Agriculture
2008
Growth bed for plants
Metal content in vegetable and herbal crops grown on bottom coal ash based container media
Prof. Yona Chen, Tzila Aviad, Uri Migdal
Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences, The Hebrew University
2004
Concrete
Pollutants analysis in sludge from concrete plants that use coal ash
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
1998
Metals concentrations in leachates form CLSM containing coal ash
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
1998
Examination the potential of the release of trace elements from cementitious mixtures containing fly ash – CLSM
Dr. Nadya Teutsch, Olga Berlin
Geological Survey of Israel
2013
Examination the potential of the release of trace elements from cementitious mixtures containing fly ash – Grout
Dr. Nadya Teutsch, Olga Berlin
Geological Survey of Israel
2015
Organic pollutants
POP’s in Israel coal ash
Dr. Ruud Meij
KEMA, The Netherlands
2006
Dioxins & furans + PCB – dioxins like & indicators – Multi-path study of raw milk of cows lying on bottom ash bed
Dr. Gil Katz
KTE – Dr. Katz Technologies & Enterprises
2013

Topic 2: Radiation

Subject
Author (s)
Affiliation
Year
Construction
Coal ash – Radiological aspects of its use as an additive to concrete
Dr. Menachem Margaliot, Ovadia Even, Gustavo Haquin, Shmuel Shemesh
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
1998
Radiation analyses of characteristic blocks in Israel
Gustavo Haquin, Tal Rimer, Dr. Menachem Margaliot, Dr. Yair Shamai
Radiation Safety DiviSion, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2000
Radioactivity measurements of blocks containing coal ash
Dr. Vladimir Butenko
Proton – Israel Radiation Protection Laboratory
2001
Measurement of the radioactive elements content in construction blocks containing coal ash
Nathan Lavi
Environmental Services Company
2002
Control of radioactive elements concentrations in construction products, coal ash and coal imported to Israel for electricity generation
Prof. Tuvia Schlesinger
Radiation Safety Consulter
2002
On the problem of concretes containing coal fly ash to meet the standard IS 5098
Prof. Kosta Kovler
National Building Research Institute, Technion
2005
Program for determination of coefficients of the Israeli Standard 5098
Prof. Kosta Kovler, Vitali Priven
National Building Research Institute, Technion
2009
Dr. Yair Shamai
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
Analysis of radon exhalation rate, activity concentrations and dose assessment from concrete containing fly ash – Measurements after concrete production
Dr. Peter de Jong, Dr. Govert de With
NRG – Nuclear Services for Energy, Environment and Health, Arnhem, The Netherlands
2010-2013
Measurements after one year
Dr. Govert de With
Radon exhalation from concrete containing coal fly ash
Prof. Kosta Kovler, Prof. Rachel Becker
National Building Research Institute, Technion
2011
Gustavo Haquin
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
Radiation exposure from concrete mixtures – Annual survey
Dr. Govert de With
NRG, The Netherlands
 2013-2016
Thoron exhalation measurement and dose assessment for a concrete building material
Dr. Govert de With
NRG, The Netherlands
 2015
Infrastructure
Radiation measurement of a coal ash infrastructure
Dr. Vladimir Butenko
Proton – Israel Radiation Protection Laboratory
2001
Evaluation of radiation risks from CSLM containing coal ash
Dr. Jan Koch
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2001
Radiological environmental conditions for the use of coal ash in infrastructure – Literature review
Dr. Omer Peled, Shimon Tzruya, Uzi German
Negev Nuclear Research Center
2002
Residence buildings on coal ash infrastructure – Radiation safety aspects and radiation dose evaluation for the residents
Prof. Tuvia Schlesinger, Dr. Jean Koch
Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2003
Agriculture
Radionuclides content analyses in chery tomatoes growed on a bed containing coal ash
Gustavo Haquin
Radiation Safety DiviSion, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
1999
Evaluation of ionizing radiation exposure from use of coal ash in agriculture and gardening
Dr. Jan Koch
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2002
Radionuclides content in agricultural crops grown on bottom ash substrate
Gustavo Haquin
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2004
Radionuclides content in milk produced from cows crouching on bottom ash substrate
Gustavo Haquin
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2004
Radionuclides content in pepper and chives- Allium plants grown on bottom ash substrate
Gustavo Haquin
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2006
Evaluation of radiation exposure from use of FASB (Fly Ash Stabilized Biosolid) in agricultural soil
Dr. Jan Koch
Radiation Safety Division, Soreq Nuclear Research Center
2010
Radiation risks and regulatory aspects of bottom ash use in gardening – A statement of opinion
Prof. Tuvia Schlesinger
Radiation Safety Consulter
2016
Legal and administrative status
Radiation safety and legal aspects of handling coal ash in Israel – A statement of opinion
Prof. Tuvia Schlesinger
Radiation Safety Consulter
2001
Radiological and management aspects of occupation with coal ash
Prof. Tuvia Schlesinger
Radiation Safety Consulter
2008
IAEA updated guidance for the extent of regulatory control of natural occurring radioactive materials
Prof. Tuvia Schlesinger
Ariel University Center
2012

Topic 3: Safety & Hygiene

Subject
Author (s)
Affiliation
Year
General
Information retrieval in the topic of safety and hygiene when working with coal ash
Zohar Stern
Information Center, Israel Institute for Occupational Safety and Hygiene
2002
Literature review, hygiene and health aspects related to working with coal ash
Dr. Asher Pardo
The National of Occupational and Environmental Health
2004
Updated literature review on occupational hygiene related to coal ash
Philip Goldberg
2006
Dust
Dust monitoring of work with bottom ash in agriculture
Hila Rodoi
Life Science Research Israel
2002
Dust monitoring in working with bottom ash in paving
Meir Sharabani
Environmental Services Company
2002
Silica examination in bottom ash
Dr. Yaacov Nathan
Geological Survey of Israel
2002
Examination of coal ash presence in environmental dust
Yoetz Deutsch
Geological Survey of Israel
2002
Dust monitoring in a blocks factory during working with and without bottom ash
Hila Rodoi
Life Science Research Israel
2004
Dust monitoring during working with coarse bottom ash in agriculture
Hila Rodoi
Life Science Research Israel
2005
Occupational health aspects of quartz in pulverized coal fly ash in Israel
Dr. Yaacov Nathan, Michael Dvorachek
Geological Survey of Israel
2009
Dr. Ariel Metzger
Environmental Protection and Licensing Department, The Israel Electric Corporation ltd
Dr. Asher Pardo
School of Public Health, Tel Aviv University
Dust and silica monitoring in a blocks factory during working with and without bottom ash
Maya Tzafon
Life Science Research Israel
2011
Ammonia

Use of ammonia containing fly ash in concrete

Prof. Arnon Bentur, Pavel Larianovsky
National Building Research Institute, Technion
2016

Topic 4: Legislation

Subject
Author (s)
Affiliation
Year
Legal review of coal ash regulations in Europe
Adv. Arie Neiger
Neiger – Levitski Advocates
2003
Environmental legislation review of coal ash uses
Legal review of coal ash regulations in USA