Title: Co-Firing Sewage Sludge, Biomass and Municipal Waste in Coal-fired Boilers was the Subject of the Hot Topic Hour

Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia have Renewable Energy Standards (RES) ranging from 10-33 percent with various timelines between the years 2015-2025, and pending Federal legislation would establish a national renewable energy/efficiency standard of up to 24 percent in 2020 increasing to 84 percent in 2035. As a result, coal-fired power plant and industrial boiler operators are exploring biomass as an option for RES compliance. On Thursday four speakers discussed the issues and implications of converting coal-fired boilers to full or partial use of biomass, sewage sludge or municipal waste.

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 221112 - Fossil Fuel 化石燃料                
 221320 - Sewage Treatment Facilities *  Sludge Dewatering 污泥脱水              
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  • McIlvaine

  • Biomass

  • Boiler

  • Sewage Sludge

  • Combustion System

  • Sludge Management







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