Dirk Lechtenberg Dr. Hansjörg Diller Dirk Lechtenberg, Dr. Hansjörg Diller
Linked content-wise to the first volume, Volume 2 comprises a series of fact sheets. Each one analyses one of the – in part – diverse wastes or other substances with regard to suitability as an alternative fuel or raw material for the clinker or lime burning process. Each material is classified in accordance with the European Waste Catalogue. Among others, the composition, occurrence, information on health, safety and environment are presented. Comprehensive information on possible necessary refining, recommendations for storage and dosing offers assistance in daily tasks dealing with alternative fuels and raw materials. For technical and economic planning in the employment of alternative fuels and raw materials for cement and lime plants, descriptions are complemented by detailed information on the influence on the production process, CO2 reduction as well as by calorific value considerations.
for the Cement and Lime Industry
The Alternative Fuels and Raw Materials Handbook is the most comprehensive reference work on alternative fuels and raw materials for the cement and lime industry to date. It brings together research results from the most diverse sources combined with the knowledge and long-term pertinent experience of the authors in an indispensable guide on alternative fuels and raw materials. This Handbook is primarily aimed at technologists, engineers as well as industry decision makers who use alternative fuels and alternative raw materials or who plan their implementation.
Alternative Fuels and Raw Materials Handbook
The substitution of fossil fuels by alternative fuels in the cement and lime industry is increasingly coming into focus for companies. The reason for this is a growing general awareness of both the necessity for sustainable limitation and control of CO2 (and other) emissions as well as of the increasing shortage of fossil fuels. Yet the implementation of alternative fuels is a complex undertaking which requires taking into account a broad range of factors.
Alternative Fuels and Raw Materials Handbook for the Cement and Lime Industry volume 2