derived fuel

derived fuel

[di′rīvd ′fyül]
(materials)
A fuel produced by some treatment of a raw fuel; for example, coke from coal or gasoline from petroleum.
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Description: Construction and commissioning of a new combined heat and power (CHP) plant for Sofia's district heating network operated by Toplofikacia utilising refuse derived fuel (RDF) to be produced at the municipality's new waste management facility.
The service required an investment of over pounds 2million and is designed to produce a refuse derived fuel.
PESHAWAR, April 25, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Environment Protection Agency (EPA) Saturday held a public hearing on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Refuse derived Fuel (RDF) Composting Plant by Peshawar Development Authority (PDA) at the project site, Garhi Baghban (GTS Workshop) Peshawar.
Presentations will cover a global review, rubberized asphalt, tire derived fuel, economics of scrap tire markets, tire technology, tire derived aggregate, off-the-road tire recycling, and more.
has recently completed the installation of its 50th Refuse Derived Fuel System at a major cement manufacturer in the southern U.
Contract notice: GLA 80553 Disposal of Refused Derived Fuel at Beam
The aim is to replace the use of fossil fuel currently used to produce hot gases and electricity for industrial processing with a combination of Refuse Derived Fuel and waste fossil fuel to reduce operating costs of plant.
5 million to upgrade shredding and waste processing capabilities at its Georgia facility in response to increasing demand for its crumb rubber and tire derived fuel products.
What had begun in 1997 with a relatively small contract supplying tire derived fuel (TDF) to a single area power plant had evolved into a larger operation providing TDF to three Missouri plants.
stated that "RPI has designed, manufactured, constructed or retrofitted existing steam generators that provide efficient, clean power while consuming over 27,000 tons per day of municipal solid waste and refuse derived fuel, which represents almost 30 percent of the U.
2 million passenger tire equivalents (PTEs) being used within the state for industrial tire- derived fuel (TDF) applications in 2004 and another 3.
Tire derived fuel is the leading use of scrap tires, especially as a supplemental fuel for electricity and pulp and paper.