Compacting solid waste materials generated in Missouri to form new products: final technical report
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The unique high-pressure compaction technology developed at Capsule Pipeline Research Center (CPRC) of University of Missouri-Columbia was used to study the compaction of combustible components of municipal solid waste and flyash generated from coal-fired power plants. By compaction, the combustible wastes can be turned into uniform, densified solids for use as fuel; the flyash can be turned into high-valued building elements such as bricks and blocks.
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