TITLE

CDM of Bio-CWM technology and evaluation of carbon emission reduction

AUTHOR(S)
LIU Jianwen; YUAN Ruijia; CHEN Nan
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
Clean Coal Technology;Mar2014, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p112
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As a key development area of CDM mechanism project, the Bio-CWM can utilize the biomass organism, save energy and improve energy efficiency. To promote ecological and low-carbon construction for enterprises and industrial park, improve the low-carbon development of cities. Evaluate and analyse the carbon emission reduction effects of integrated system of Bio-CWM preparation and combustion. The results show that, the integrated system of biomass coal-water slurry pulping and burning can significantly reduce carbon emission, it's especially suitable for large and medium-sized chemical, food processing, medicine and other enterprises and industrial parks which need co-treatment with high concentration organic waste water and solid waste. However, when using the integrated system, attention should be paid to distribution and utilization of coal resources in China, give full consideration to the conditions and environment of coal transportation, choose a reasonable and economical system integration technology and mode of operration of project.
ACCESSION #
100018730

 

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