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waste fuel

A fuel which is a waste by-product of some industrial process.
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According to the company, the Alfa Laval PureDry system recovers all reusable fuel from a vessel's waste fuel oil.
The software, when combined with field control technologies, will enable the powerhouse to interchangeably use the most available and affordable renewable or waste fuels.
7: If you are going to be stationary for more than two minutes switch off the engine rather than waste fuel.
Malfunction of heating (boiler, burner) and water (condensation and boiler water loss) systems doesn't just waste fuel and water--can be responsible for unnecessary maintenance.
Think ahead - harsh acceleration and heavy braking waste fuel;
Think ahead - harsh acceleration and heavy braking waste fuel; slowing down in good time saves fuel
Leaky ones cause lots of fires, and anyhow they waste fuel and often make trouble with a furnace.
Cogeneration, the simultaneous production of electricity and thermal energy (often steam), allows innovative operators to produce electricity at a fraction of the cost of utility power, using waste fuel (i.e.
"Lawn mowers make a racket, spew fumes, and waste fuel. They keep property from becoming beautiful and diverse."
Finland-based Griffin Refineries said it has begun construction on the Gulf region's first state-of-the-art waste fuel plant, Emirates RDF, located in the the northern emirate of Umm Al Quwain following the financial close of the project.
This means you don't waste fuel carrying around more weight than you have to.
In addition, the company received the second project order for the installation of combustion and SNCR systems on two existing waste fuel fired boilers in Texas.

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