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RECORD NUMBER: 5413 OF 5443

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Main Title Where the Boilers Are. A Survey of Electric Utility Boilers with Potential Capacity for Burning Solid Waste as Fuel.
Author Tunnah, Barry G. ; Hakki, Adel ; Leonard., Roger J. ;
CORP Author Gordian Associates, Inc., New York.;Environmental Protection Agency, Rockville, Md. Solid Waste Management Office.
Year Published 1974
Report Number EPA-68-01-1132; EPA-SW-530-88c;
Stock Number PB-239 392
Additional Subjects Solid waste disposal ; Fuels ; Electric power plants ; Boilers ; Steam electric power generation ; Reclamation ; Energy ; Reclamation ; Combustion ; Heat recovery ; Refuse ; Transportation ; Surveys ; Maps ; Process charting ; Site surveys ; Management planning ; Urban planning ; Fuel substitutes
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NTIS  PB-239 392 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 337p
Abstract
The use of prepared solid waste as a supplementary fuel is being investigated by communities all over the country as a method for recovering energy from commercial and residential solid wastes. This document presents survey results that are intended to help local decision-makers in assessing the availability of electric utility boilers with potential for using prepared solid waste as supplementary fuel. For the major coal-burning States and the major urban centers, details are given for investor-owned and municipally-owned plants on the following items: (1) boiler characteristics; (2) energy requirements for electricity generation; (3) potential energy available from combustion of solid waste derived from specified areas around each plant; (4) typical transportation distances from the centers of waste generation to the plants, and (5) the potential waste-burning capacity per day of each boiler if solid waste replaced 10 percent of its fossil fuel.