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Development of a Novel 14C Process to Determine the Bio-Energy Fraction of Waste for DECC

Development of a Novel 14C Process to Determine the Bio-Energy Fraction of Waste for DECC

Stopford’s consultants and technologists, in partnership with the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre, developed and validated a pioneering technique to determine the bio-energy fraction of waste entering thermal treatment plants through measurement of the 12C/14C isotope ratios in the resultant plant combustion gases. The technique provides a step-change in method precision and accuracy compared to the existing selective dissolution technique.

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