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Co2 calculation for cement mill pdf

Oct 22, 2020

emissions of carbon dioxide (CO 2), the main greenhouse gas (GHG) contributing to man-made global warming. In 2001, the CSI companies agreed on a methodology for calculating and reporting CO 2 emissions: the Cement CO 2 Protocol. While accounting for the specific needs of the cement industry, the protocol was closely aligned with the

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