Researchers turn carbon dioxide into sustainable concrete

Imagine a world with little or no concrete. Would that even be possible? After all, concrete is everywhere—on our roads, our driveways, in our homes, bridges and buildings. For the past 200 years, it's been the very foundation ...

Particle separators to meet stricter fine dust limits in Germany

Renewable fuels, such as wood chips, pellets, and firewood are popular. For wood-fired heating systems and furnaces to comply with the new stricter fine dust limits in Germany, particle separators are used to clean the flue ...

Unforeseen dioxin formation in waste incineration

Dioxins forms faster, at lower temperatures and under other conditions than previously thought. This may affect how we in the future construct sampling equipment, flue gas filtering systems for waste incineration and how ...

Revamped technique improves fuel testing process

Researchers have developed a new approach based on an old method of determining chlorine content in solid fuels, an important advance that could improve fuel utilisation.

Hollow fibre membrane modules show promise for carbon capture

CO2CRC researchers at the University of New South Wales have installed a custom built rig at Delta Electricity's Carbon Capture Research Facility at Vales Point Power Station to trial new hollow fibre membranes for capturing ...

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