2 edition of Control of atmospheric emissions in the woodpulping industry found in the catalog.
Control of atmospheric emissions in the woodpulping industry
Ellwood Robert Hendrickson
by Environmental Engineering, [and] Greenville, S.C., J.E. Sirrine Co. in Gainesville, Fla
Written in English
|Statement||by E. R. Hendrickson, J. E. Robertson, J. B. Koogler.|
|Contributions||Robertson, J. E., Koogler, J. B., United States. National Air Pollution Control Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
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the Chinese paper industry with coated freesheet paper produced by United States (U.S.)-based NewPage Corporation, the largest coated paper manufacturer in North America. The study tests the hypothesis that carbon dioxide emissions inherent in the production of coated freesheet paper vary greatly depending on where and how. In this paper, pollutants in air, water and as solids which stem from the paper industry are discussed, and pollution abatement measures are suggested. The Pulp and Paper Industry is highly capital, material and energy intensive and return on investment is very by: 3. Exposures deriving from emissions on the part of paper, pulp and board industries involve complex mixtures. Most studies connected with their possible influence on lung cancer pertain to the field of occupational exposure . A compound with one of the highest emissions is SO by:
For a 30, tpa mill there will be tpa of such waste, which can be used in the construction industry. This is the only solid waste from the MiniMill process. 7. Supply chain, logistics and life cycle assessment (LCA) Any industrial process consumes energy and raw materials and gives rise to emissions which can cause environmental by: Emissions to air and water. Most of our airborne emissions result from energy generation. We continue to reduce these emissions by choosing non-fossil fuels and investing in new combustion and purification technology. Improvements are especially visible in sulphur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen dioxide (NOx) emission reduction. The pulp and paper industry is energy-in-tensive, with average energy costs around 16 % of production costs, and in some cases up to 30%. In , about half (55 %) of the energy used by the industry came from biomass and most of the rest (%) from natural gas.1 Mechanical pulp mak-ing is usually more electricity-intensive andFile Size: 1MB.
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