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Cement kiln was using rice husk as fuel

Dec 28, 2021

The cement industry can easily use bulk rice husk from mills as kiln fuel, though transportation and storage may cause problems. Rice husk has one more advantage for the cement industry. Rice husk, after burning, produces about 20% ash. Rice husk ash has high pozzolanic activity, and so can easily be used to produce good quality blended cement

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