"Using Waste Paper to Make Fuel"
Author: De Wit, Bernard
Published In: Case Studies in Environmental Health and Safety
Describes Dordt College's cost-saving use of recycled paper to heat its facilities, which amounts to $17,000 saved annually in natural gas costs. The college has installed a densified Refuse Derived Fuel burner on one of the boilers of its heating plant, which generates 80 percent of the college's space heating and hot water needs. Discusses other advantages, costs, and potential payback.
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