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Utilisation of waste coal dust of steel industry for power generation

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jan. 22, 2014)

The present paper describes the generation of waste coal-dust from steel industry and its utilisation for generation of power in power plant. The main objective of the work is to utilise the heat energy of coal dust into useful work and propose a combination of coal and coal dust supplying system to the boiler. The work started with the ...

Turning waste into power

by Hurll Nu-Way  (Aug. 5, 2013)

Economic, social and environmental factors dictate the necessity to manage waste to a new level. Wastewater plants, landfills, farms and food plants are all the owners of biomass that can be digested to produce biogas and turned into power. Biogas can be burned directly in boilers for heat recovery and used for manufacturing, heating or cooling; ...

Centralised treatment of oil sludge and other industrial waste - case study

by econ industries GmbH  (Feb. 6, 2014)

Centralised treatment of various sources of industrial waste has been established in many European countries over the last decade. Many facilities are still equipped with non state of the art technology and therefore cannot fulfil the broad field of applications with regard to industrial waste remediation, econ's international client decided to be ...

Advanced Plasma Power receives planning permission for its waste to energy project in Tyseley

by Advanced Plasma Power (APP)  (Dec. 16, 2013)

Advanced Plasma Power (APP), the advanced waste to energy and fuels company, has received planning permission for its proposed 6MW commercial Gasplasma® waste to energy plant in Tyseley, Birmingham. This achievement represents a key milestone in the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) competition, to design the most cost-effective, ...

Green machine generates power from waste heat at biogas facility in the Czech Republic

by ElectraTherm  (Jan. 5, 2013)

Biogas/Heat-to-Power Application on Two MWM Internal Combustion Engines Site: Brno, Czech Rep. Engine Max Power: 980kWe (currently limited to 900 kWe) Green Machine Gross Power Output Avg:  32-39 kWe Thermal Input to the Green Machine: 375-500kWt Hot Water Input Range: 86 - 92°C Hot Water Flow: 35 m3/hour Ambient Temperature: 0-25°C ...

Waste water from liquid detergent production

by EVALED  (Jun. 4, 2013)

The Client The Client is a multinational company with more than 250 production sites worldwide. The factory is the only location in Italy of this corporation for the production of cosmetics for personal care (cream or liquid). 80% of the production is for foreign markets. Production lines work 24 hours a day, 6 days per week. The challenge The ...

For a Green Future: an Overview of Biomass Energy in China

Biomass energy Biomass refers to biological materials or organic materials which is renewable and sustainable and could be used as a fuel source. The energy derived from the biomass materials  is called biomass energy. Biomass energy as one type of renewable energy has be developed with priorities in China. Current situation of Biomass ...

Basin Electric - wind and waste heat

by Element Markets LLC  (May 24, 2012)

Location: Waste Heat Recovery projects in Culbertson, MT and Garvin, MN – Wind Projects Located in South Dakota and North Dakota Project Start Dates: 2009 – 2011 Element Markets is helping Chevrolet meet its CO2 reduction goal, and simultaneously helping a large Midwest power cooperative earn revenues needed to support its clean ...

Olive mill waste water treatment

by EVALED  (Jun. 4, 2013)

The production of olive oil generates two kind of waste waters: RINSING WATERS: the quantity is subject to change. It can be re-circulated, after the settling to remove the solids, or discharged directly. SLUDGE: vegetation water with additional water, whose quantity is subject to change. In case of traditional oil mills, the hot additional water ...

Removing Struvite from wastewater systems

by Scalewatcher North America Inc  (Jan. 27, 2014)

Named after Henrich Christian Gottfried Von Struve, who discovered the magnesium ammonium phosphate crystals in medieval sewer systems in Hamburg in 1845, struvite is a major problem for waste water treatment plants. The hard, crystalline deposit forms scale on lines and belts, in centrifuges and pumps.  It also clogs system pipes and other ...

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