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Jackman Victor: Method and apparatus for processing refuse, sewage and/or waste material into a source of energy. Fox John M, McKeever John V, Ferguson Harry F, Sotak John B, Sotak John B, October 7, 1975: US3910775 (80 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a method and apparatus for handling refuse, using waste and treating raw sewage. The collected refuse is delivered to a receiving bin having an electrical vibrator and a power operated discharge door. The ferromagnetic articles are removed from the collected refuse by a ma ...


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Law Edward, Moore James H: Solid waste separating method and classification of material. National Recycling, Jeffers Albert L, Rickert Roger M, February 5, 1974: US3790091 (62 worldwide citation)

A method for separating solid waste material into identifiable classifications by recycling the solid waste material obtained from industrial or domestic source through a number of devices which reduces the solid waste material to a uniform workable particle size; separating the presized particles b ...


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Held Jeffery S, Sharp James W: Apparatus and method for processing medical waste.. Stericycle, September 9, 1992: EP0502164-A1 (32 worldwide citation)

A method and facility (12) are used to process medical waste. Medical waste is disintegrated or shredded, disinfected with radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation and then transformed into useful material such as reclaimed plastic and refuse-derived fuel. The medical waste arrives in boxes (10) an ...


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Unick Alvin J, Abowd Jr Richard G: Fuel composition. Ethyl Corporation, March 21, 1972: US3650711 (27 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are compositions of matter having valuable combustion properties. The compositions are particularly desirable in combinations having enhanced ignition and continued combustion properties in forms based on natural source and manmade (reconstituted) firewood and briquettes for heating ...


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Seymour Donald E: Composite fuel article. January 18, 1972: US3635684 (23 worldwide citation)

A composite fuel article comprised of particulate consumable material, such as ground corn cobs and husk material; a petroleum derivative, such as paraffin slack wax; a lignosulfonate; and a corn starch. The lignosulfonate is heated and mixed with the corn starch, the wax is heated to melting and th ...


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Brown Henry J: Method for recycling waste plastics and products thereof. Seiler Jerry R, December 3, 1974: US3852046 (21 worldwide citation)

Waste plastics comprising a mixture of two or more thermoplastic materials are treated by grinding the products to form a particulate thermoplastic mixture, washing the particulate mixture to remove non-plastic materials, placing the thermoplastic mixture in a mold or shaped vessel, and heating the ...


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Marsh Paul G: Fuel by-products of municipal refuse. Black Clawson Fibreclaim, Biebel French & Bugg, August 20, 1974: US3830636 (17 worldwide citation)

Municipal refuse is treated to produce a particulate mixture consisting essentially of its organic constitutents substantially free of inorganic materials, the particles in the mixture being of less than a predetermined maximum particle size, and the mixture also being characterized on a volumetric ...


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Haller James Gilbert: Scented fireplace fuel. May 2, 1972: US3660055 (17 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to scented wooden fireplace fuel comprising logs of predetermined length upon which a durable coating is applied in which an essential oil is encapulated which has a pleasant scent. The coating may be a lacquer or similar organic vehicle which is capable of minimizing dissipat ...


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Sprules Rodney K, Johnson Joanne M: Coffee-sawdust-based solid fuel composition. Sprules Rodney K, Johnson Joanne M, October 2, 2002: EP1245663-A2 (14 worldwide citation)

A solid fuel composition of spent coffee grounds and/or green coffee bean waste, sawdust and a wax binder is useful for manufacturing a fire-log with more flame output. This combination of solid particulate together with wax burns with a natural-sounding sizzling and crackling. The fuel composition ...


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Jean Luc Flamme: Process for the manufacture of a fuel, heating process using this fuel and burner adapted to making use of the process. Flamme Jean Luc, September 16, 1994: FR2702488-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

The invention relates chiefly to a process for the manufacture of a pasty homogeneous fuel from waste, especially industrial waste, to a heating process ensuring the incineration of this fuel and to a burner adapted to making use of the process. The process according to the invention comprises the s ...



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