is produced as a byproduct of the Kraft process, the most dominant pulping process.
Heavy black liquor
at a 65-75% dry solid content is sprayed into the lower part of the Furnace and mixed with pre-heated primary air.
Second, the released C[O.sub.2] from biomass fuels of bark and black liquor
combustion was estimated by multiplying the consumed biomass fuels with corresponding emission factors given in the NCASI spreadsheet tool (2005).
According to the contract, both firms will develop an offering to provide industry standard design, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services and overall performance guarantees to support project financing for black liquor
Paper companies in the United States can no longer claim an alternative biofuel tax credit of $1.01 per gallon for the use of "black liquor
" that had been allowed under the 2008 Farm Bill.
: A byproduct of the paper production process, alkaline spent liquor, that can be used as a source of energy.
Before I begin a two part series on pellets for energy, I'd like to take one last parting shot at the black liquor
funding paid to the paper industry in 2009.
Volvos' project involves the development of DME fuel from black liquor
, a by-product of the forestry industry.
- black liquor
' (obtained from paper pulp): Central Finland
Following furtive lobbying, the US Congress has introduced legislation to close the loophole, which since late 2008 has given US industry a 50 cent tax credit every time it burns a gallon of black liquor
', a chemical by-product from making paper it has been burning since 1930.
economic stimulus plan, American paper and pulp makers are eligible for tax credits for using "black liquor
" fuel from the pulping process to heat and run mills.
The black liquor
is one of the by-products of pulp and paper factory, this waste liquor from the digestions process contains organic and inorganic compounds.