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Discussion I. Government Restriction A. Current Restrictions B. Future Restrictions II. Green Cement Technology A. Environmental Benefits 1. Decrease in Carbon Dioxide 2. Requires Less Energy 3. Uses Recycled Materials B. Economic Benefits 1. Offset Incentive Payments 2. Costs Less 3. Increase of Strength C. Drawbacks 1. Transportation Emissions 2. Uncertain Future D. Summary of the Benefits and Drawbacks
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Unformatted text preview: III. Optimal Locations for Implementation A. Construction and Demolition B. SCMs C. Carbon Dioxide Emissions D. Summary of Optimal Location IV. Recent Applications of Green Cement Technology A. Calera B. Novacem C. CeraTech V. Cost Analysis VI. Review of Research Objectives VII. Conclusions VIII. Recommendations IX. Works Cited...
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2010 for the course ENG 415 taught by Professor Riecke during the Spring '10 term at Kansas State University.

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