Emissions and control

Organic compounds from coal utilisation, CCC/51

CCC/51 - ISBN: 92-9029-364-0

Coal combustion can lead to emissions of organic compounds to the atmosphere, if the combustion system is inefficient. International protocols on emissions of some organic species have been established due to concern with res... More...

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Trace elements - emissions from coal combustion and gasification, IEACR/49

IEACR/49 - ISBN: 92-9029-204-0

This report reviews the origin of trace elements in coal and their partitioning through coal-fired combustion and gasification processes, and downstream pollution control equipment. The importance of coal utilisation as a sou... More...

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Halogen emissions from coal combustion, IEACR/45

IEACR/45 - ISBN: 92-9029-198-2

Natural sources, the sea in particular, are the major source of chlorine, bromine and iodine to the atmosphere. Human activities, especially industrial sources such as aluminium manufacture, are the major global source of flu... More...

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NOx emissions from coal combustion, IEACR/36

IEACR/36 - ISBN: 92-9029-189-3

The two most important oxides of nitrogen with regard to air pollution are nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen oxide (NO 2 ), jointly referred to as NOx in the context of the environment. Global emissions of NOx and of an... More...

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Coke production and the impact of environmental legislation, CCC/35

CCC/35 - ISBN: 92-9029-345-4

This report reviews the impact of environmental legislation on the manufacture of coke used in the ironmaking blast furnace. Globally, a slight oversupply of coke is predicted for the immediate future but regional shortages w... More...

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