TDF Decision Letter

July 6, 2017

The Lower Carbon Fuel: Tire Derived Fuel (TDF System) Project (the “Undertaking”), proposed by: Lafarge Canada Inc. (the “Approval Holder”) in Pleasant Valley, Colchester County, Nova Scotia is approved.

Ian Rankin, MLA
Minister of Environment
PO Box 442
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2P8

2015 U.S. Scrap Tire Management Summary

May 2017

USTMA’s scrap tire management efforts are a reflection of the tire industry’s commitment to the concept of shared responsibility for its products when not suitable for use on vehicles.

© U. S. Tire Manufacturers Association, 2017
1400 K Street, NW # 900
Washington, DC 20005
1 202.682.4800

Registration Document

March 2017

Environmental Assessment Registration
Document Lower Carbon Fuel: Tire Derived Fuel (TDF System)

Lafarge Canada Inc. – Brookfield Cement Plant
87 Cement Plant Rd.
Brookfield, Nova Scotia
B0N 1C0

Scrap Tires as Alternative Fuel Source

July 21, 2015

The use of Tire derived fuel (TDF) obtained from used tires in the Lafarge Brookfield cement kiln as a locally appropriate tire disposal strategy.

Submitted By
Dr. Mark D. Gibson MRSC C.Sci C.Chem P.Chem
Associate Professor
Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science
Dalhousie University

Funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada

Scrap tires LCA Clean Technology

February 2011

Comparative life cycle assessment of beneficial applications for scrap tires.

Joseph Fiksel & Bhavik R. Bakshi
Center for Resilience at The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH 43210
Anil Baral
International Council on Clean Transportation
Washington, DC 20005
Erika Guerra & Bernhard DeQuervain
Holcim Group, Zurich Switzerland
© Springer-Velag 2010

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