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Vol 154
Pages:
205-208
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Rational use of fuel and energy resources of the Leningrad Region

Authors:
A. A. Benin1
R. A. Azimov2
About authors
  • 1 — LEMO Concern
  • 2 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining University
Date submitted:
2002-08-14
Date accepted:
2002-09-12
Date published:
2003-03-01

Abstract

Rational use of local fuel resources in the Leningrad Region should be based on the widespread introduction of briquette fuel from forest waste peat. Developed systems for processing of primary raw materials and mobile resources, creating conditions for employment of the population and reducing the burden on the environment.

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