Research and analysis

The use of substitute fuels in the UK cement and lime industries

Using substitute fuels made from waste materials can reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gasesfrom cement and lime plants, according to a new report published by the Environment Agency.

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The use of substitute fuels in the UK cement and lime industries

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The use of substitute fuels in the UK cement and lime industries

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This review looked at the use of substitute fuel in the UK cement and lime industries, including the different types of fuel used and their environmental impact. S

Published 1 February 2008