Carbonation of industrial residues for CO 2 storage and utilization as a treatment to achieve multiple environmental benefits

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This paper presents and discusses the application of accelerated carbonation of industrial residues in three different contexts (a landfill site, a steel manufacturing plant and a Brownfield site) aimed at storing CO 2 and obtaining additional specific environmental objectives, i.e.: The improvement of the leaching behavior of the treated residues, biogas upgrading, the production of aggregates to use in construction applications and in situ remediation of Brownfield sites.

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Baciocchi, R., Capobianco, O., Costa, G., Morone, M., & Zingaretti, D. (2014). Carbonation of industrial residues for CO 2 storage and utilization as a treatment to achieve multiple environmental benefits. In Energy Procedia (Vol. 63, pp. 5879–5886). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.621

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