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  • The use of flares as essential safety systems in hydrocarbon processing plants is discussed. These must be designed to comply with ISO-9000 emission standards. Typical case histories from US refineries include breakage of refractory pieces from line flare burners, loss of protection from incineratio...

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    • Record type: Abstract

  • ILEX Energy Consultancy has produced a report detailing the findings of phase one of a gas quality exercise initiated by the UK Government. The document is available on the DTI website at Phase one examined whether there would be a gas qu...

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  • Advanced thermal conversion technology has been applied for the first time in the UK to a waste stream at a gasification plant on the Isle of Wight. Supported as part of Defra’s New Technology Demonstrator Programme, the Energos plant is a small, community sized facility. It runs alongside Biffa sub...

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  • Mass burn incineration of waste is a more familiar waste-to-energy technology, but gasification has certain advantages. Poorna Rodrigo takes a look at the take-up of gasification around the world.

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