Ash definition

Ash means all species of the genus Fraxinus.
Ash means the fly ash or bottom ash residual waste material produced from incineration or burning of solid waste or from any fuel combustion.
Ash means the Arizona State Hospital.

Examples of Ash in a sentence

  • All source testing shall occur while Ash Grove is using coal as the fuel unless Ash Grove has transitioned to a clean fuel 100% of the time (40 CFR 63 Subpart LLL, ARM 17.8.105, ARM 17.8.106, ARM 17.8.342 and ARM 17.8.749).

  • All source testing shall occur while Ash Grove is using coal as the fuel unless Ash Grove has transitioned to a clean fuel 100% of the time (ARM 17.8.105, ARM 17.8.106 and ARM 17.8.749).

  • Ash Grove shall conduct the performance test using EPA Method 5 or Method 5I at appendix A-3 of 40 CFR Part 60.

  • Hourly clinker production shall be determined by Ash Grove in accordance with the requirements found at 40 CFR 60.63(b) (40 CFR 60.63(b) and ARM 17.8.340).

  • Ash Grove shall report the Kiln stack exhaust emissions for NOx and CO concurrently to demonstrate compliance with the emission limits contained in this permit.


More Definitions of Ash

Ash means the solid residue from the incineration of solid wastes.
Ash means impurities consisting of silica, iron, alumina and other incombustible matter that are contained in coal. Since ash increases the weight of coal, it adds to the cost of handling and can affect the burning characteristics of coal.
Ash means ash produced from the burning of coal in the operation of the GPS;
Ash means a tree of the genus Fraxinus.
Ash means Arkansas Surgical Hospital, L.L.C., an Arkansas limited liability company. “ASH Acquisition” means the acquisition of ASH, completed on November 30, 2012.
Ash or "Ashes" shall mean the solid residue left when combustible material is thoroughly burned or is oxidized by chemical means;