The threat of increased global warming has subjected the use of fossil fuels to increasing scrutiny in terms of greenhouse gas and pollutant emissions. As a result, the use of renewable and sustainable energy resources, such as biomass, for “Energy”- production has become increasingly attractive.
The use of dedicated biomass feedstocks for energy generation could help reduce the accumulation of greenhouse gases because carbon dioxide is consumed during plant growth. The agricultural and wood products industries generate large quantities of biomass residues that could also provide fuel for electricity production and Energy production for cement Kilns. Increasing the use of such fuels could alleviate the burdens and environmental consequences of waste disposal in the agricultural and wood products industries. Landfill lifetimes could be extended and methane and CO2 production from biomass decomposition would be avoided.
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Dirk Lechtenberg Experte für die Nutzung von Sekundärbrennstoffen in der Zementindustrie Dirk Lechtenberg, 43, one of the pioneers in the field of the production and use of alternative fuels. Founder and Managing Director...