Controlling Hazardous Air Emissions With A Catalytic Oxidizer

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Courtesy of The CMM Group, LLC

As the full effect of the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA) Amendments continue to impact today’s industry, many companies will be required to install new or additional air pollution control equipment. With well over twenty years of proven success, catalytic oxidation is a popular method for controlling volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.
During the past 25 years, industry has made progress in cleaning up the air that we breathe, but serious air quality problems still remain. If these issues are not addressed now, our air quality will continue to deteriorate. According to the Clean Air Act any organic compound that contains the element carbon – excluding carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid and methane – is a VOC and at various emission levels must be controlled. VOC’s consist of a variety of organic compounds such as aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, ketones, esters, ethers, formaldehyde and many others.

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