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Ignjatovic M.,Institute za Rudarsvi i Metalurgiju Bor | Ignjatovic S.,University of Belgrade | Negovanovic M.,University of Belgrade | Milanovic D.,Institute za Rudarsvi i Metalurgiju Bor | And 3 more authors.
Technics Technologies Education Management | Year: 2012

Rising needs for energy and raw materials in the world and our country, has led to intensive research to discover new sources of energy. If we take into account that from year to year, increasing consumption of natural energy resources (coal, oil, gas), future studies are reasonably directed to the possibility of use oil shale as one of the most important sources in the production of synthetic oil. Of course, we should bear in mind that the exploitation of oil shale involves a problem of the deposit and waste management, such as oil shale ash. During the technological processing of oil shale, there is ash separation that requires permanent depositing. The disposal of ashes is often done on inadequate way, usually near rivers, so there is a risk of pollution of the working environment. To avoid pollution of air, water and soil by ashes, it is necessary to dispose it in landfills. Through this research clearly wants to show the context and the concept of future work on getting synthetic oil from oil shale and management of ash landfills with a clear presentation of its programming and content sections. In addition, the purpose of this study is to bring the concept to the subjects of interested for its implementation, potential users and state and local authorities.

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