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Our project partners have observed that no fuel is 100% green or clean, but some fuel choices are “greener” than others. What makes one fuel “greener” than another?

In this session, we’ll cover:

  • What are Dioxins and Furans (D/F)?
  • Why should I be concerned?
  • How are they formed in a cement kiln?
  • How can they be minimized?

Condensible particulate matter - CPMTotal particulate matter (all sizes).PM10 – particulate matter less than 10 microns in diameter – driven by health effects.PM2.5 – particulate matter less than 2.5 microns in diameter – formed by nucleation of...

Sulphur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) are related to the acid rain problem.When we add volatile organic compounds (VOC) and particulate matter to the mix we have the precursor components of the smog/visibility/haze problem in the...

  • Certificate of Approval from MOE for trial burn 
  • Contracted with local farmers for production of energy crops – delivered fall 2009
  • Development and installation of (temporary) biomass delivery system
  • Implemented...

The black sedimentary rock known as coal has a long history as a fuel for homes and industry. Marco Polo witnessed the use of the burning black rocks by Chinese peasants during his epic travelsto the country in the 13th century. But it was...

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