Ash Residue

The final output of the multiple-hearth sludge incineration system is sterile, inert, and free of putrescible material and obnoxious odors. The ash volume amounts to approximately 10% of the furnace feed, based on a sludge cake containing 75% moisture with 70% of the sludge solids volatile. The ash is dry and contains less than 1% combustible matter, which is normally fixed carbon. This ash can be transferred hydraulically, mechanically, or pneumatically and can be used for landfill or roadfill. It is also being used experimentally to make bricks and concrete blocks.

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