Complex wastewater from chemical conversion: With recent technological advancements, coal can now be economically converted into liquid fuels such as gasoline and diesel, or other petrochemicals. The coal-to-chemical process consumes high volumes of water for cooling systems and a complex wastewater is produced in the liquefaction process.
By CrossTek Membrane Technology LLC based in Holbrook, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
Being driven by new legislation, the production of substitute fuel/alternative fuel will be gain momentum in the next few years, as well as the expected increase of recycling rate in municipalities. This means a lot of waste streams can be turned into alternative fuel for the coal fired power plant, cement and lime industry, biomass power plant, or other industrial boiler systems that still burning fossil fuels.
By eFACTOR3 LLC based in Pineville, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).
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