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The Environmental Technology Center (ETC) of Sonoma State University successfully used a concrete mix that included 8 percent rice hull ash and 42 percent coal fly ash that obtained compressive strengths of 3,000 psi at 56 days and 8,000 psi at one year, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
One of the most potentially dangerous pieces of equipment at a precast plant is the powered industrial truck, a category that includes forklifts, lift trucks and hand trucks.