Posts Tagged ‘recovered energy’
Filed under: Cogeneration
Cogeneration’s Future Could Lie In Computer Chips
by Trevor J. Murphy on Aug 30th, 2010
Many pulp mills around the world rely on the benefits of cogeneration – the recycling of steam and heat to produce electricity – to help reduce waste, save money and increase efficiency. At the mill in Thurso, Quebec, for example, small-scale cogeneration is already taking place. Black cooking liquor is burned off, generating heat, electricity and/or stream for the mill, steam gathered from the recovery boilers used during the pulping proc...
Filed under: Thurso Pulp Mill
Fortress Inks Energy Recycling Deal At Thurso Mill
by Trevor J. Murphy on Jul 7th, 2010
Last week, Fortress Specialty Cellulose Inc. (FSC) signed an agreement with Forevergreen Energy Inc. to supply recovered energy to the mill in Thurso, Quebec. Recovered energy is energy that is harnessed from hot streams with potential high energy content, such as hot flue gases, steam from cooling towers, or even waste water from different cooling processes. In the case of the Thurso mill, energy gathered from recovery boilers used during the...