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CKDChronic Kidney Disease
CKDCertified Kitchen Designer
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CKDCount Key Data
CKDCement Kiln Dust
CKDCertificado de Capital de Desarrollo (Spanish: Certificate of Capital Development; Mexico)
CKDChoi Kwang Do (Martial Art)
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CKDCyclical Ketogenic Diet
CKDCollaborative Knowledge Development (various organizations)
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CKDCrush Kill Destroy (band)
CKDCentralized Group Key Distribution (cryptography)
CKDCubic Centimeters per Kilogram per Day
CKDCount Key Device
CKDCentralized Knowledge Delivery
CKDClaude Kesser Développement (French construction company)
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Cement kiln dust (CKD) naturally absorbs mercury and is collected in the kiln baghouse.
FEARS that dumped cement kiln dust would be a risk to health cannot be proved experts say.
Soil stabilization -- The addition of chemicals such as cement, cement kiln dust, lime, lime kiln dust, fly ash, or others to improve the quality and support characteristics of the soil.
Mr Deegan said that during the trial, Rugby Cement would have to "continuously monitor kiln stack gases and periodically monitor the clinker and cement kiln dust for dioxins and furans".
However, Mastin said Southdown, which acquired the landfill in 1976 from another cement company, never used it and never dumped cement kiln dust there.
CASTLE Cement bosses said they plan to appeal against a decision to reject plans to dump cement kiln dust at its Padeswood works, near Buckley.
They finally determined that a screw press dewatering system, supplemented by application of cement kiln dust, would be the most effective and economical way to achieve a sludge cake solids concentration of about 15 percent to meet area landfill requirements.
Potential stabilizers include cement and other waste products such as fly ash or cement kiln dust.
Castle Cement bosses say they could no longer dispose of hazardous cement kiln dust (CKD) at the existing disposal site.