Dredged Material Research by ARMY ENGINEER WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT STATION VICKSBURG MS

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JRC (2007) Proceedings of the expert consultation: short rotation forestry, short rotation coppice and perennial grasses in the European Union: agro-environmental aspects, present use and perspectives. In: Dallemand JF, Petersen JE, Karp A (eds) Short rotation forestry, short rotation coppice and perennial grasses in the European Union. Harpenden, United Kingdom: (European Commission Joint Research Centre) 32. BTG. Sustainability criteria and certification systems for biomass production: a report for DG TREN – European Commission.

A selected group of fuel market workers (47) in different countries were interviewed to decide on the concept of the functionality of the EN 14961. The level at which the standards are used or will be used in everyday fuel trade was studied, and the experienced advantages and disadvantages were collected. In the BioNorm II project 25 partners from 11 European countries tested different versions of EN 14961-1 in specifying their solid biofuels according to standards [4]. Companies involved in the testing were producing pellets, briquettes, wood chips, and hog fuel from woody biomass.

The two most important technical specifications being developed deal with classification and specification (EN 14961 [14]) and quality assurance for solid biofuels (EN 15234 [23]). Both these standards will be published as multipart standards. Part 1 – General requirements of EN 14961-1 includes all solid biofuels and is targeted for all user groups [1, 6–10]. This European Standard determines the fuel quality classes and specifications for solid biofuels. The scope of the CEN/TC 335 only includes solid biofuels originating from the following sources: • • • • products from agriculture and forestry; vegetable waste from agriculture and forestry; vegetable waste from the food processing industry; wood waste, with the exception of wood waste which may contain halogenated organic compounds or heavy metals as a result of treatment with wood preservatives or coating, and which includes in particular such wood waste originated from construction and demolition waste; • fibrous vegetable waste from virgin pulp production and from production of paper from pulp, if it is co-incinerated at the place of production and heat generated is recovered; • cork waste.

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