Disposal of CCA treated waste wood by combustion

Antti Nurmi

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Abstract

Totally 272 m³ (62.7 t) of CCA treated wood was chipped and incinerated at Jalasjärvi Gasification Plant. On average the whole batch of chips contained 57 kg copper, 95 kg chromium and 76 kg arsenic. During the 56 h combustion trial the measured arsenic emission to the air was 76 g in total. Copper and chromium emissions were less than 1 g. The results were used for LCA of copper, chrome and arsenic treated utility poles.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLife-Cycle Analysis
Subtitle of host publicationA Challenge for Forestry and Forest Industry
EditorsArno Frühwald, Birger Solberg
PublisherEuropean Forest Institute (EFI)
Pages99-104
ISBN (Electronic)952-9844-78-6
ISBN (Print)952-9844-16-6
Publication statusPublished - 1995
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventLife Cycle Analysis (LCA): Challenge for Forestry and Forest Industry - Hamburg, Germany
Duration: 3 May 19955 May 1995

Publication series

SeriesEFI Proceedings
Volume8
ISSN1237-8801

Conference

ConferenceLife Cycle Analysis (LCA)
CountryGermany
CityHamburg
Period3/05/955/05/95

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