Usage Of Mineral Waste Oil As Alternative Fuel For Sustainable Energy In The Cement Sector
TUNÇEZ, Fatma Didem
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Energy needs are increasingly growing due to the mechanization of industry by the industrial revolution, increased production in line with increased population, higher prosperity levels, and abundance of electrical tools. Mineral oil get polluted chemically and physically and become unusable after a certain amount of usage. As natural resources are limited, mineral waste oil need to be recycled in order to reduce production costs and achieve sustainable energy acquisition. Cement factories are energy-intensive businesses and among industries that have the highest needs for energy. With usage of mineral waste oil as alternative fuels for cement production, these oil will be recycled back as energy and the waste will also be eliminated. This usage also reduces the consumption of non-renewable resources and prevents rapid degradation of natural resources. The purpose of this study is to present the usage of waste mineral oil in practice for sustainable energy in the cement sector.
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