Cement kiln row re-ignites as substitute fuels set for rapid growth

The ten-year row between the cement and incineration industries over the use of hazardous wastes as cement kiln fuel has re-ignited amid proposals to relax controls. Cement manufacturers anticipate a further 40% growth in use of secondary liquid fuel (SLF), alongside combustion of waste packaging, tyres, oil and meat and bone meal on a massive scale.

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