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    Air pollution control for ventilation air methane industry

    Ventilation Air Methane (VAM) is a Greenhouse Gas (GHG) released by coal or mineral mining operations, it is also commonly known as Coal Mine Methane (CMM). The air pollutants from this process have a global warming potential 21 times greater than carbon dioxide, which is another well known GHG. As alternative energy technologies have developed, methane is increasingly used to generate electricity and heat. Landfills and mines represent two of the most abundant sources, however reports indicate that more than...

    By Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Aerosol Research

    The Earth is warmed principally by the sun’s radiation which enters the atmosphere. However, not all the radiation penetrates the atmosphere as some is scattered back into space. The amount of back-scattering into space alters the amount of energy that is absorbed into the atmosphere. backscattering of this energy provides valuable information on the change of the earth’s radiation balance and how different activities (artificial and anthropogenic) can affect this delicately balanced system and thus...

    By Ecotech Pty Ltd based in Knoxfield, AUSTRALIA.

  • Measurement solution for Perflurocarbon (PFC) emissions from aluminium industry

    The aluminium industry is the major source of perflurocarbon (PFC) emissions to the atmosphere, which are a major contributor to global warming. PFCs have greenhouse gas effects up to 10000 times that of CO2. Emissions have been reduced over the last 20 years, but further reductions are harder to achieve as all the mechanisms for PFC production are not known. In order to better understand the production of PFC on an industrial level, laboratory studies have been carried out using a small scale cell.

    By Protea Limited based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Instrumentation for Scientific Research

    Accurate and traceable measurements of atmospheric gases are essential for understanding our changing environment, and the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of climate change mitigation strategies in response to rising concentrations of greenhouse gases and resulting global warming. In addition to concentration measurements for background measurements, and source monitoring and quantification, isotopic measurements allow the attribution of emissions sources, as well as tracing the natural cycles of...

    By Mirico based in Chilton, UNITED KINGDOM.

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