New technology burns whole tires for cement industry

Siuru, Bill
March 1998
World Wastes;Mar1998, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p7
Trade Publication
Details the cement industry's used of a scrap tire technology that eliminates the shredding process. Percentage of energy supplied by used tires to produce cement in kilns; Overview on the recycling system that burns whole tires; Used of the system to recycle properly prepared refinery and hazardous waste into energy to produce cement.


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