Plant owners Lafarge now plans to reduce coal burning by a further 9,000 tonnes by using Solid Recovered Fuel.
What does SRF stand for?
SRF stands for Solid Recovered Fuel
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- Snake River Farms (Boise, Idaho)
- Social Research Foundation (Forest Hills, NY)
- Social Responsibility Forum (various organizations)
- Société des Réalisateurs de Films (French: Company Filmmakers)
- Société Réthaise de Filets (French fishing company)
- Société Royale Forestière (French: Royal Forestry Society; Belgium)
- Society for Reproduction and Fertility (UK)
- Software Recovery Facility
- Software Request Form
- Soil Remineralization Forum (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Any waste that is still remaining after this process will then be turned into a Solid Recovered Fuel that can be used in energy recovery.
The results obtained from the investigation of fermented waste incineration will be useful to representatives from thermal power plants for using solid recovered fuel as some compensation for the growing need of wood fuel.
MBT is a sustainable and progressive waste technology which allows waste to be shredded, dried and transformed into solid recovered fuel (SRF) which can then be burned to provide an alternative source of energy to fossil fuels.
Viridor propose a centrally located mechanical biological treatment plant to recover recyclable materials and generate solid recovered fuel (SRF) from the waste.
Site owner Lafarge Cement says that if the move is approved by the Environment Agency, the alternative fuels - Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF), including papers and plastics, and car and van tyres - could save up to 15,500 tonnes of coal each year, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 20,000 tonnes.