Technical properties of biomass and solid recovered fuel (SRF) co-fired with coal: Impact on multi-dimensional resource recovery value.

@article{Iacovidou2017TechnicalPO,
  title={Technical properties of biomass and solid recovered fuel (SRF) co-fired with coal: Impact on multi-dimensional resource recovery value.},
  author={Eleni Iacovidou and John N. Hahladakis and Innes Deans and Costas A. Velis and Phil Purnell},
  journal={Waste management},
  year={2017},
  volume={73},
  pages={
          535-545
        }
}
The power plant sector is adopting the co-firing of biomass and solid recovered fuel (SRF) with coal in an effort to reduce its environmental impact and costs. Whereas this intervention contributes to reducing carbon emissions and those of other pollutants related with the burning of fossil fuel, it may also result in hidden impacts that are often overlooked. When co-firing, the physical and chemical properties of the mixed fuels and the subsequent technical implications on the process… CONTINUE READING
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