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In the paper we have analysed whether and to what extent co-incineration of secondary fuels in cement manufacturing is cost-effective. Techno-economic assessment shows that combined combustion of solid recovered fuel and traditional fossil fuel (petroleum coke) is economically viable to the extent of 20:80 per cent. The paper also concluded that the impact of the plants on the quality of air would be negligible.doi:10.5937/jaes13-9574 fatcat:trrnmkf5ezhfjevaqbqnij7qpm