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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Spray Dryer Spent Sorbent Hazardous Waste Fixating and Cementitious Properties

Title:
Spray Dryer Spent Sorbent Hazardous Waste Fixating and Cementitious Properties

Abstract:
The spray dryer is a flue gas desulfurization technology which is gaining popularity with utilities and other industries. Thus, use of the dry spray dryer byproduct would be desirable because it would reduce the amount of land required for waste disposal and it could be important to the economics of burning high sulfur coal. The primary focus of the research project described in this report was on developing a use for spray dryer byproduct. A secondary purpose was to develop a use for a spent sorbent/fly ash combination. (Length: 124 pages)

URL:
http://www.wmrc.uiuc.edu/main_sections/info_services/library_docs/rr/RR-E33.PDF

Source:
Illinois Waste Management and Research Center

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
March 1989

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