About the National Coal Ash Board
The National Coal Ash Board is a state-owned entity established in 1993 by the Energy and Infrastructure Ministry (known today as the Energy and Water Ministry), in cooperation with the Environment (known today as Environmental Protection) and Interior ministries, the Israeli Electric Corporation and the National Coal Supply Corporation, in order to consolidate a state-wide effort to create a solution for coal ash, which is a mineral residue produced during coal burning, and which accumulates in the Coal Power Stations.
The activities of the National Coal Ash Board turned the coal ash from waste to a resource, leading to its utilization for the benefit of the economy and environment.
Coal Ash Board activity was ended at the beginning of 2020.
Coal Ash Board website data offers the knowledge and information accumulated during 25 years of the Coal Ash Board’s activity, for the use of Coal Ash potential.