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How can you reduce storage & disposal costs of Paper & Pulp residuals?

By: Jeff Sayre When operating a paper plant, reducing storage costs are vital to its overall production. The two primary factors in determining disposal costs of this waste stream are trucking and tipping fees.  Since the waste product is over half moisture, a proper treatment technique can reduce disposal costs by at least half.  A …

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How is biomass produced?

Biomass is all the organic materials made from plants and animals. The word, “bio” means, “life” and the word, “mass” means “all things”. Biomass is a renewable source of energy. Which means, we can use biomass again and again, to generate energy. Biomass is important because it contains stored energy. How is biomass produced? Well, …

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How is Frac Sand Made?

By: Brandon Drew Frac sand is a key material for hydraulic fracturing of bedrock and other rock layers when drilling for oil, natural gas, and other resources that are embedded in the ground. When drilling through rock, frac sand is blasted into the cracks and crevices in a liquid mixture called proppant. The sand acts …

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Why Invest in a Thermal Desorption Unit?

Pollution control and environmental sustainability are primary focal points for all companies. New rules and regulations cause many process types to find new hurdles for safely disposing process wastes. Wastes can be disposed of through incineration, storage and transporting, or chemical treatments. Though incineration and chemical treatments can often times be worked into the process, …

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What are the costs associated with a Thermal Desorption Unit?

The expenses to consider when purchasing a Thermal Desorption Unit. The primary cost of purchasing and running an indirect heated thermal desorption unit is based on the material being dried (tons per hour, required temperature, if caustic or not, etc.), the chosen fuel type for the burners (No. 2 fuel oil, natural gas), and operating …

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