The proposal would continue the significant emission reductions from the 2010 standards, while providing industry additional compliance flexibilities, including more time to implement the proposed updates by extending the compliance date for existing cement kilns from September 2013 to September 2015.
What does CK stand for?
CK stands for Cement Kiln
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In a press release hailing EPA's final (above-noted) NESHAP rule, environmental activist Earthjustice observes, "Modernizing older cement kilns with technologies such as scrubbers and activated carbon injection will help to create more jobs for the cement industry and will help preserve jobs in existing communities.
As the fourth-largest source of mercury air emissions in the United States, Portland cement kilns should have their emissions reduced, according to a proposal from the U.
Byline: By CARL BUTLER A CONTROVERSIAL pounds 65m North Wales cement kiln may be used to burn household rubbish.
Chapparal's goal for the plastic separation is to burn it for fuel in its own cement kiln if it can obtain the necessary environmental permits.
In the cement kiln and boiler applications, the small-diameter orifices in the burners require clean fuel, so physical filtration--even multiple filtration--is mandatory.
Experts have calculated that a cement kiln could burn at least 48 tons of carpet a day, replacing up to 15 percent of the coal burned as fuel.