12 the open waste management journal open access

12 The Open Waste Management Journal Open Access

Mediterranean basin, i.e. up to 30 million m3 of olive mill wastewater and 20 million tonnes of solid waste [6,7]. The solid waste is the residual paste generated from olive oil extraction, and is called pomace (synonyms: wet husk, virgin pomace, crude olive cake). It is a mixture of olive pit/stone, debris of olive pulp and skin, as well as

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characterization and combustion of olive pomace and forest

Characterization and combustion of olive pomace and forest

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In the olive oil sector, by-product management (namely olive pomace, olive mill wastewater, and sludge residue) poses serious problems for companies, with the energy use of these wastes being a

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disposal of by-products in olive oil industry: waste-to

Disposal of by-products in olive oil industry: Waste-to

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Disposal of by-products in olive oil industry: Waste-to-energy solutions Article in Applied Thermal Engineering 23(2):197-214 · February 2003 with 331 Reads How we measure 'reads'

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market of olive residues for energy - slideshare

Market of Olive Residues for Energy - SlideShare

May 01, 2012· Market of Olive Residues for Energy In Slovenia olive residue is treated as waste and not as secondary product. They don’t use olive residue for energy most of them are thrown away or use like fertilizer in olive fields. After certain time they are collected and loaded into big wooden containers and stored in the shed next to boiler

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market of olive residues for energy - choose your language

Market of Olive Residues for Energy - Choose your language

Market of Olive Residues for Energy . 2 amount of residues is about 1.5 million tons, including stones/pits and exhausted olive pomace. The raw material is the so-called olive pomace. The olive pomace is a by- Until about 30 years ago, almost all olive oil …

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industrial harvesting of olive tree pruning residue for

Industrial harvesting of olive tree pruning residue for

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Industrial harvesting of olive tree pruning residue for energy biomass. The worldwide surface grown with olive trees amounts to almost 8.6 million hectares (FAOSTAT, 2009), generally in the range of 30–35%. The residue obtained from the Spanish groves was significantly drier than that harvested in Italy: that is likely to depend on

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the effects of an additive on the release of potassium in

The effects of an additive on the release of potassium in

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The effects of an additive on the release of potassium in biomass combustion. softwood, wheat straw and olive residue. Such additives have shown some success in mitigating slagging and fouling problems in boilers and furnaces, and the mobility of potassium in combustion systems is one of the key factors dictating ash behaviour.

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