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Increasing demand in go goods, combined with resource scarcity, pressure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increasing consumption and subsequent was...
Issue №3, 2021
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: co-processing, cement kiln, waste, CO2 emissions
Autor: F. De Raedt, J.­P. Degre, K.H. Karstensen.
Plastic waste is a major cause of concern worldwide. The rampant littering of this material causes severe damage to the environment. It causes polluti...
Issue №6, 2020
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: plastic waste, co-processing, cement kiln
Autor: U. Parlikar.
Co-processing of waste in cement kilns makes it possible to dispose of it safely and at low cost. The article describes examples of making alternative...
Issue №4, 2020
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: co-processing, waste utilization, municipal solid waste, sewage sludge, refuse derived fuel, RDF, alternative fuels
Autor: I. Riley, Wang Junmei, Wang Jiajun, Guo Yanpeng, Wu Dehou.
Waste co-processing in a cement kiln allows you to destroy almost fully organic materials (including persistent organic pollutants, POPs) that...
Issue №4, 2020
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: cement kiln, alternative fuels, co-processing, persistent organic pollutants, polychlorinated biphenyls
Autor: E. Verhamme.
Co-processing rates vary significantly between individual EU member countries, depending on an interaction of different factors (in particular the...
Issue №4, 2019
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: co-processing, alternative fuels, waste, cement kiln, clinker burning, best available techniques, BAT, emission
Autor: S. Schaefer, A. Ruetz, G. Muftuoglu, V. Hoenig.
Increasing demand in emerging economies, combined with resource scarcity, pressure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increasing consumption and subs...
Issue №4, 2012
Section: Waste utilization
Keywords: co-processing, fuel out of waste, cement kilns
Autor: J.-P. Degré, K.H. Karstensen.

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