Submit an Article
Become a reviewer
Vol 158
Pages:
262-264
Download volume:

Use of carbon-containing waste from timber processing enterprises in the Leningrad region to generate thermal energy

Authors:
Yu. V. Shuvalov1
Yu. A. Nifontov2
T. I. Nifontova3
A. N. Nikulin4
N. A. Gasparyan5
About authors
  • 1 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 2 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 3 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 4 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 5 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
Date submitted:
2003-08-28
Date accepted:
2003-09-06
Date published:
2004-03-01

Abstract

The Leningrad Region has very insignificant reserves of the main types of fuel and energy resources, represented mainly by wood, peat, oil shale and uranium, the development of deposits of which is not planned even in the long term for environmental reasons. However, the consistent introduction of new technologies for processing fuel and energy resources, the involvement of local resources in the fuel and energy balance, primarily wood, peat and shale fuels, and the creation on this basis of processing and energy-producing complexes of local type can ensure energy security and change both the economic and demographic situation in the Leningrad region.

Go to volume 158

Similar articles

Development of a universal electrochemical analyzer of environmental quality indicators for environmental monitoring
2004 Z. A. Temerdashev, S. A. Litvinov, G. L. Zhukevich
Structural and geodynamic reconstructions, modes of industrial ore formation and prognostic and prospecting models of noble metal deposits in Northeast Asia
2004 V. Yu. Fridovskii
Comprehensive unit for treatment of oily effluents and bottom sediments using low-boiling extractants
2004 G. B. Veksler, A. M. Volchek, I. I. Sharovar
On the possibility of complex processing of titanium-magnesium production intermediate products to produce vanadium
2004 V. M. Sizyakov, S. V. Aleksandrovskii
Development of technologies for manufacturing sorbents for separating radionuclides from nuclear fuel waste, as well as for developing methods of radiochemical analysis and decontamination of liquid radioactive waste
2004 A. V. Voronina, E. I. Denisov, M. L. Zelenskaya, E. S. Kudymov
Landscape and environmental planning
2004 A. A. Selivanov