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Re: E-M:/ Trash (and much more) Gasification......Re: Out of state trash/Granholm




As to the Granholm push for trash gasification,
industrial interests for trash/coal/sewage sludge/wood chip/hazardous waste/
petroleum coke/petroleum waste gasification have their very own
Washington DC lobbying and educational organization.....the Gasification
Technologies Council

http://www.gasification.org/

Here some interesting links:

http://www.gasification.org/Technology.htm

http://www.gasification.org/gasproc.htm

status of industry

http://www.gasification.org/Docs/News/2007/COALGEN/GTC%20COALGEN%2007.pdf

Gasification and water usage

http://www.gasification.org/Docs/Workshops/2007/Denver/12%20Ciferno%202.pdf

Coal gasification 101

http://www.gasification.org/Docs/Workshops/2006/Bismarck%2006/01Phillips.pdf

The general library

http://www.gasification.org/library.htm

Remember that gasification units can use "low grade" wastes as long as they
contain sufficient carbon and hydrogen and are free of excessive water and
too great a portion of non combustables.  


At 02:25 AM 08/30/2007, you wrote:
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Enviro-Mich message from "Alexander J. Sagady" <ajs@sagady.com>
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One other "old" issue with centralized trash
gasification and its corporate character....is one it shares with  older
style waste to energy plants.


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