Air pollution control (APC) equipments for waste incineration - Waste and Recycling

Waste incineration is a complex area. The mix of waste, moisture content, temperature of the waste, surrounding air and a variety of other factors interact and affect which residues are formed. Combustion entails often a gas consisting of heavy metals, sulfur oxides, chlorides, dioxins, etc. It is extremely important with a proper handling of the gas and the task often requires a mixture of wet and semi-dry treatment. EnviBAT offers equipment that brings particle levels down to extremely low levels, which guarantees a total separation of dioxins and wet purification that separates contaminants found in the gas phase.

In wet cleaning, there is always a flow of liquid that must be purified. EnviBAT also offer purification of this flux so that contaminants can be concentrated as much as possible

Some examples of common contaminants that are separated at waste incineration are:

  • Particles
  • NH3
  • HCl
  • Heavy metals
  • SO2
  • Dioxins