Emissions and control

Legislation, standards and methods for mercury emission control, CCC/195

CCC/195 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-515-0

Mercury is an element of growing global concern. The United Nations Environment Programme plans to finalise and ratify a new global legally-binding convention on mercury by 2013. Canada already has legislation on mercury... More...

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Emissions from cofiring coal, biomass and sewage sludge, CCC/175

CCC/175 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-495-5

The practice of cofiring biomass in full-scale coal utility plants is increasing, due to the benefits of reduced fossil fuel based CO2 emissions. Biomass also tends to have a lower sulphur content than coal and the... More...

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Microbial methane from carbon dioxide in coal beds, CCC/174

CCC/174 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-494-8

Microbial CH4 chemistry and its formation in coal are summarised. The results of recent research on microbial CH4 formation are reviewed from Australia, China, Germany, Japan, and the USA. Two fields of interest are cons... More...

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NOx control for coal-fired plant, CCC/157

CCC/157 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-477-1

Increasingly stringent national and international legislation for limiting NOx emissions has been adopted in many countries. NOx formation mechanisms, including when cofiring biomass, in coal-fired power plant is discussed in... More...

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Continuous emissions monitoring for coal-fired power stations, IEACR/94

IEACR/94 - ISBN: 92-9029-288-1

Continuous emissions monitoring for coal-fired power stations is now required by law in several countries in Europe and in the USA. Measurements of emissions of major pollutants such as particulates, SO 2 , and NOx a... More...

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