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Update on the international use of substitute liquid fuels used for burning in cement kilns

The report updates a 1999 review and provides information on technical, environmental performance and regulatory controls surrounding substitute liquid fuel use in cement works in the European Union and worldwide.

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Update on the International Use of Substitute Liquid Fuels Used for Burning in Cement Kilns

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The purpose of this new report is to update the information on the use of substitute liquid fuels (SLF) in Europe and the USA, taking into account the new EU member states. It is not intended to repeat information available in the earlier report, such as the specifications of the SLF used or the cement making process sections. These data are still relevant to the current SLF studies and updates are included here

Published 1 January 2006