pollution control tower packing media Articles

  • Casebook New Scrubber Technology reduces installation costs case study

    A100,0000-actual-cubic-feet-per-minute (acfm) RotaBed scrubber recently supplied to Tri-Gen Biopower for sulfur dioxide (S02) control at Gilman Paper, St. Mary's, Ga., saved the company an estimated $150,000 in installation costs-Installation of a heavier packed tower would have required extensive reinforcement of an existing steel support structure, said Ken Schifftner, product/district manager ...


    By Bionomic Industries Inc.

  • Fixed activated sludge treatment (FAST®) process technology overview

    Biological treatment systems for small communities and even single-family dwellings have been available in the general water pollution control market for many years. These systems are basically scaled-down versions of the activated sludge process, utilizing suspended growth systems. Historically, the main operational problem associated with these systems has been the management of the sludge ...


    By BioMicrobics, Inc.

  • Case study - RTOs leave nothing to HAP-penstance

    PROBLEM The United States EPA promulgated a ruling in 40 CFR, imposing strict new standards to reduce emissions of toxic air pollutants from the manufacture of pharmaceutical products, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs. The agency's rule was intended to reduce emissions of a number of air toxins and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), including methylene chloride, ...

  • The Chemical Aspect of NOx Scrubbing

    With the passage of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments, many chemical and metal industries and utility producers will now be required to further limit the amount of NOx (Nitrogen Oxides) produced. NOx is a precursor to ozone in the atmosphere, and is believed to be a major contributor to acidic deposition (acid rain). Formation of ozone: NOx is produced in a variety of ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Sick-building syndrome and building-related illness

    Significant health problems linked to very poor indoor air qualityIndoor Air Quality (IAQ) deals with the content of interior air that could affect health and comfort of building occupants. The IAQ may be compromised by microbial contaminants (mold, bacteria), chemicals (such as carbon monoxide, radon), allergens, or any mass or energy stressor are more prevalent than anyone could have predicted. ...

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