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CKCalvin Klein
CKCheck
CKCreek
CKCircuit
CKCreatine Kinase (blood test)
CKCircle K (Community Service Group)
CKCook Islands (country code, top level domain)
CKCocos (Kneeling) Islands
CKCommon Knowledge
CKChatham-Kent (Canada)
CKConductive Keratoplasty
CKConversion Kit
CKClark Kent (Superman)
CKCask
CKCaptain Kidd
CKCitizen Kane (Orson Welles movie)
CKChuck Klosterman (writer)
CKCop Killer
CKCasein Kinase (enzyme)
CKCyanogen Chloride
CKCarnal Knowledge
CKClockwork Knight (video game)
CKCarbon Kevlar (composite fabric)
CKCorner Kick (soccer)
CKCricket Kenya
CKCommander Keen
CKChris Kirkpatrick (NSYNC member)
CKConfirmed Kills
CKCement Kiln
CKCenter Keep (gaming)
CKCrip Killer (gangs)
CKContainerized Kitchen
CKChicken Katsu
CKChidamber and Kemerer (metrics suite)
CKCentralni Komite
CKCyto Keratin (immunohistochemistry)
CKCompartment Key
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Application research of a fault diagnosis expert system for cement kiln based on .
government to reduce the amount of carpet going into landfills, received a boost this month when Congress appropriated a $300,000 grant for the study of carpet as an alternative fuel source for cement kilns.
The Danish International Development Agency (Danida) had offered to retrofit a local cement kiln to become a hazardous waste incinerator to burn stockpiled obsolete pesticides and future toxic wastes.
Before returning to Ireland later today Mr Ahern was going to the town of Ozarow to open Europe's largest cement kiln - being operated there by Ireland's Cement Roadstone Holdings group.
Extra treatment was often the addition of cement or of cement kiln dust, which is dust from the pollution control devices in cement kilns.
Woods says that EPA engineers "absolutely insist" that regulations governing cement kiln burns of hazardous waste are "just as tough or even tougher" than for commercial hazardous waste incinerators.
Instead of having to pay for fuel, cement makers are now earning millions as toxic waste disposers--what the industry calls cement kiln recycling, in which coal, oil and natural gas are replaced by chemical wastes.
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.
This takes advantage of the significant internal mercury cycle within the system due to cement kiln operating temperatures and material flows.
Typically, inorganic processing additions (IPAs) include limestone, fly ash, bottom ash, slag, cement kiln feed, cement kiln dust, and calcined byproducts.
Albemarle Environmental Division is a full-service, solution provider to the coal-fired utility, cement kiln, and industrial boiler markets, supplying a variety of proprietary, powder activated carbon (PAC) sorbents, advanced sorbent injection systems, bromine chemicals for mercury removal, and testing and demonstration services.