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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium Carbon Capture and Reuse Project http://www.cieconline.net Cement Industry Environmental Consortium The CIEC is a non-profit corporation organized in 1985 Members include cement companies, air districts, and utilities Mission Statement is to:

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cement industry environmental consortium
Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

http://www.cieconline.net

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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium
  • The CIEC is a non-profit corporation organized in 1985
  • Members include cement companies, air districts, and utilities
  • Mission Statement is to:

a. undertake research relating to environmental issues affecting the cement manufacture and supporting industries;

b. implement those developed technologies

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CIEC Research & Commercialization
  • Biosolids
    • NOx Reduction
    • Alternate Materials
    • Recorded values below 2 lbs NOX per ton of clinker
  • Cement Kiln Dust Utilization by Kiln
    • Reuse
    • Alternate product development
    • Reduction in generation rates
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CIEC Research & Commercialization
  • Alternate Materials
    • Mining waste
    • Potliner waste
    • Cyanide waste
    • Fly ash
    • Slag
  • Tires
    • An alternative fuel
    • For NOx reduction
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

California Cement and CO2

  • California largest producer of cement in US
  • California largest importer of cement in US
  • Most cement companies foreign owned
  • Average plant produces 1 million tons cement/yr (11plants producing 13 M tons)
  • Each ton of cement produces 1 ton CO2
  • 40% CO2 from fuel 60% from chemistry
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CO2 Emissions from Cement Kilns
  • Cement consumption projected to grow, so CO2 output will grow
    • No concrete without Portland Cement
    • Approximately 15% cement in concrete
    • Plants need to be located at mineral sources
  • Today California’s cement demand is very high, creating unprecedented delays in construction
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Potential project identified in 2001
  • Initial evaluation by Technology Committee indicated possible reuse applications for recovered CO2 – Oil fields and fertilizers
  • Current amine recovery systems determined to too small with recovery too costly plus capital on order of 100 million dollars
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium
  • ABB Picture of Oklahoma 200 ton/day CO2 extraction plant
  • From “Learning Our Way To Zero Emissions Technologies Zero Emissions Technologies”

Edward S. Rubin

Department of Engineering and Public Policy

Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

IEA Zero Emissions Technologies Strategies Workshop

Washington, DC, March 19, 2002

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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Potential for concurrent reduction of conventional pollutants if CO2 recovered
  • The CIEC received a $70,000 grant by the MDAQMD to undertake an initial solicitation, review of received proposals, and to develop additional funding sources
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • CIEC members made a presentation to the ARB, with CEC staff present, soliciting funding
  • CIEC has attempted to identify funding sources from DOE (grants)
  • DOE has directed us to the Regional Partnerships
  • CIEC not opposed to request congressional funding
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • The CIEC CO2 project differs from that of the Portland Cement Association

Capture and reuse vs. fuel economy and admixtures

  • Very promising line of inquiry that doesn’t seem to fit available R&D funding “boxes”. A square peg in a world of round holes
  • We are still looking for funding!
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Response to the solicitation

37 specific projects received

25 proposal teams

7 proposals selected for interviews

2 recovery technologies selected

2 awards made for theory validation

Temperature Swing Adsorption

Enzymatic Recovery

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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Generic Types of Responses

Waste heat conversion to electric power

Reduce emissions via plant audits

Treatments for flue gas

Change fuel or cement chemistry

Conversion of CO2 to salable products

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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Temperature Swing Adsorption

Adsorption Research Inc.

Kent Knaebel - Contact

  • Adsorbent used to capture CO2
  • Temperature change releases CO2
  • Cost of recovery estimated at < $10/ton
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Temperature Swing Adsorption
  • Regenerating adsorbent
  • Inlet temperature ± 200° C
  • Exit temperature ± 40 ° C
  • Moisture in exhaust may be an issue
  • CO2 recovery 90% +
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium
  • Carbozyme Inc.

Mike Trachtenberg - Contact

  • Enzyme both captures and releases CO2
  • Modular units for project sizing and replacement
  • Cost of recovery estimated at $15/ton
  • CO2 concentration less an issue
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Enzymatic Recovery
  • Enzyme temperature limited (40 –50° C) with potential of 85 ° C.
  • Life cycle of membrane/enzyme affected by NOx and SOx in system
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Vacuum System

Water Separator

Sweep Heater

Feed Cooler

Economizer

Heater

Gas from Blower

Carbozyme Reactor

Air/Water Separator

CO2 Cooler

Pump

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Scrubbed Air

Carbon Dioxide

Water

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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • CIEC member plants available for commercial demonstration
  • Location of demonstration based on reuse option and volumes CO2 to be recovered
  • Target project size of 5 tons/day of CO2
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Status of theoretical validation contracts
      • ADI currently testing bench scale unit using a modeled air stream at operating temperatures
      • Carbozyme doing enzyme degradation tests with modeled flue gas
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Completion of Validation testing completed by November 15, 2004
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • Continuing to look at CO2 reuse options
  • Starting evaluation of liquefying and/or compressing CO2
  • Lobbying for PUC changes in recovered heat systems
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Cement Industry Environmental Consortium

Carbon Capture and Reuse Project

  • We are still looking for funding!!

http://www.cieconline.net

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