Effluents and residues from industrial sites for carbon dioxide capture: a review
Review article, 2022

The adverse effects of climate change calls for the rapid transformation of manufacturing processes to decrease the emissions of carbon dioxide. In particular, a lower carbon footprint can be achieved by capturing carbon dioxide at the site of emission. Here we review the use of industrial effluents, waste and residues to capture carbon dioxide. Waste include steelmaking slag, municipal solid waste incinerator ashes, combustion fly ash, black liquor, paper mill waste, mining waste, cement waste, construction and demolition waste, waste from the organic industry, and flue gas desulfurization gypsum waste. Capture capacities range from 2 to 800 kg of carbon dioxide per ton of waste, depending on processes, waste type and conditions. Cement waste and flue gas desulfurization gypsum waste show the highest capture capacity per ton of waste.

Carbon mineralization

Capture capacity

Industrial effluents and residues

Carbonation

Chemical absorption

Carbon capture and storage

Author

Francisco Baena-Moreno

Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology

Emmanouela Leventaki

Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology

Alexander Michael Riddell

Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology

Joanna Wojtasz-Mucha

Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology

Diana Bernin

Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology

Environmental Chemistry Letters

1610-3653 (ISSN)

Vol. In Press

Industriellt anpassad koldioxidfångst baserad på flexibel karbonatkemi (DECREASE)

Swedish Energy Agency (P2021-00009), 2021-10-01 -- 2025-09-30.

Subject Categories

Renewable Bioenergy Research

Environmental Management

Bioenergy

DOI

10.1007/s10311-022-01513-x

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10/6/2022