Cement replacement by sugar cane bagasse ash: CO2 emissions reduction and potential for carbon credits.

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This paper presents a study of cement replacement by sugar cane bagasse ash (SCBA) in industrial scale aiming to reduce the CO(2) emissions into the atmosphere. SCBA is a by-product of the sugar/ethanol agro-industry abundantly available in some regions of the world and has cementitious properties indicating that it can be used together with cement. Recent… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.04.008

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@article{Fairbairn2010CementRB, title={Cement replacement by sugar cane bagasse ash: CO2 emissions reduction and potential for carbon credits.}, author={Eduardo M. R. Fairbairn and Branca B Americano and Guilherme C Cordeiro and Thiago P Paula and Romildo D Toledo Filho and Marcos M Silvoso}, journal={Journal of environmental management}, year={2010}, volume={91 9}, pages={1864-71} }