Agricultural wastes as cement kiln fuels, Genstar Cement Ltd.
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Published by Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Manitoba Energy and Mines in [Ottawa], [Winnipeg] .
Written in English


  • Genstar Limited.,
  • Cement industries -- Manitoba -- Winnipeg -- Energy conservation,
  • Agricultural wastes -- Recycling,
  • Energy conservation -- Manitoba -- Winnipeg

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Edition Notes

ContributionsCanada. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada., Manitoba. Dept. of Energy and Mines.
LC ClassificationsTJ163.5C4 A47 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 19 leaves :
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19097026M

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processing In Cement Kiln The organic constituents are completely destroyed due to high temperatures, long residence time and oxidizing conditions in the cement kiln. Acid gases such as HCL and SO 2 are absorbed and neutralized by the freshly formed lime and other alkaline materials within the Size: 2MB. CKD GENERATION AND CHARACTERISTICS INTRODUCTION Cement production processes in current use in the U.S. generate CKD as an intrinsic process residue. During cement production, kiln combustion gases flow countercurrent to the raw feed and exit the kiln under the influence of induced draft fans. The rapid gas flow and continuous raw feed agitation. Cement Kiln Recycling Coalition operates as a non profit organization. The Company represents cement manufacturers in the United States that recycle energy bearing hazardous waste and create fuel. Many cement plants have adjacent landfills as part of their quarry restoration programme, and in some instances, gas that would otherwise be burned is collected and used as fuel. Kiln fuel was supplemented by this means at both Norman and Swanscombe from onwards.