Coal-fired power plants should become chemical manufacturers
A pragmatic approach to solving energy and environmental woes
Robert McIlvaine, McIlvaine Co.
Many coal-fired power plants make gypsum and construction materials. But they should also consider manufacturing hydrochloric acid and ethanol. Furthermore, they should consider substituting biomass and waste organics...
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