1 edition of Environmental and technological analysis of the use of surplus wood as an industrial fuel found in the catalog.
Incineration Research Branch, Industrial Pollution Control Division, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory.June 1980.Grant no. R-805050-01-0.Includes bibliographies
|Statement||Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency|
|Publishers||Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|2||Research reporting series -- EPA-600/7-80-102|
|3||Interagency energy/environment R&D program report -- EPA 600/7-80-102|
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Turin is the only city that stands out with the least land loss, remaining the only positive reality in this bleak image. Future developments in bioheat production should go in the line of further reducing emissions, increasing feedstock flexibility and coupling with other renewables.
Reducing the carbon footprint of so-called low-carbon concrete involves replacing part of the cement clinker with blast-furnace slag. These types of wood products are produced from wood wastes and they are used in temporary constructions such as trade fairs. This project consists of creating a pre-industrial demonstrator of the Oxyfuel technology, on the site of the SCHWENK concrete factory in Mergelstetten, Germany.
OH 43201 LE : Environmental and Technological Analysis of the use of Surplus Wood as an Industrial Fuel NCIPAL INVESTIGATOR S : HallElton H. Environmental Research Letters, 3, 034001—0340010.
Concrete companies intend to write a standard common to all member states, but to be applied at national level. Natural Resources Canada and Forest Products Association of Canada. Categories: Ecology To assess the current state of the technology for the procurement and utilization of surplus wood fuelto project.
Handbook of industrial ecology. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 5 469—93. Recent advancements in processing and conversion of biomass dealt with integration of conventional pretreatment principles to vanquish the bottleneck issues faced in development of sustainable biofuel production technology.
Waste heat recovery potential in selected industries 783-15252 Waste heat. : Evaluation of ammonia fibre expansion AFEX pretreatment for enzymatic hydrolysis of switch grass harvested in different seasons and locations. European Union EU guidelines state that food waste should preferentially be used as animal feed though for most food waste this practice is currently illegal, because of disease control concerns.
In general, corn production is a frequent source of and. Our include replacing wood poles with steel poles, strategic undergrounding of power lines and that cuts power off to broken power lines before they hit the ground.
: Supercritical carbon dioxide pretreatment of corn stover and switch grass for lignocellulosic ethanol production.
It is exhibited at the BIOTOPE ecological park in Middelfart, Denmark.
A report prepared for the National Climate Change Process Forest Sector Table.
Bioheat has a stable market, where Austrian manufacturers of boilers and stoves have a strong position exporting most of their production.
: CO 2 emissions due to fossil and traditional fuels, residues and wastes in Asia.