ACS will supply a ReCyclone® EH system for Ferreira Gomes & Filhos Lda.. The installation was projected to a 26.500 m3/h flow rate @ 98 ºC and will reduce grape bagasse fly ash coming from a steam generator. The expected emissions are 21 mg/Nm3 @ 11 % O2 and the system will be composed by a ø 700 mm Hurricane and a electrostatic recirculator of ø 600 mm.
- Advanced Cyclone Systems, S. A.
- Advanced Cyclone Systems supplies ReCyclone® EH system to reduce ...
Exhibiting at EUEC 2017 - San Diego, CA
Mississippi Lime will be exhibiting at EUECon Wednesday, February 8th– Friday, February 10th at the San Diego Convention Center, Booth #469. Stop by our booth to discuss: DSI forSO2, SO3, HCI removal High Reactivity Hydrated Lime Products for Air Pollution Control Ash effects of DSI Sorbents On Thursday, 2/9, Richard Zhang, Senior Research Engineerwill presentToxic Trace Metal Leaching Evaluation of Hydrated Lime DSI Based Fly Ash as part of track H4 beginning at 10am.
Fly Ash Cuttings Mill
Trilliant`s Fly Ash Cuttings Mill is designed and built to assist in solids control of materials from the drilling process, location spills, and roadside spills of contaminated materials. The Mill is designed to accept many different types of drying agents and enzymes for breaking down orsolidifyingcontaminated materials. Processing rates of 50-70 tons of material per hour can be reached with this high output machine. The unit is skid mounted for easy transportation and set upat site.
Recovering and recycling phosphorus from incinerated waste
Phosphorus can be extracted in viable quantities from fly ash, a by-product created when municipal solid waste is burnt in incinerators, according to research conducted in Sweden. Sufficient phosphorus could be recovered from the country’s incinerators to meet 30% of the Swedish annual demand for mineral fertilisers, say the researchers. A substantial amount of municipal solid waste (MSW) is generated by people living in urban areas, and managing it in a sustainable way is a challenge. One option is to...
The Greening of Civil Infrastructure
Across many industries, manufacturers turn out the countless products we rely on in our daily lives. These processes also create something else: waste — lots of it. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, industrial facilities in the United States generate 7.6 billion tons of nonhazardous waste annually.1 To help keep this waste from ending up in landfills, many leading manufacturers are rethinking their approach to recycling and reuse. At General Motors, everything from scrap steel, paint...
New incineration-waste clean-up method brings resource and carbon benefits
Ash from waste incineration can be made safer simply by mixing it with rice husks, water and other forms of waste ash at temperatures under 100 °C, according to new research. Once dried, the end product not only locks away toxic metals lead and zinc, but also stores carbon. Furthermore, it can be used in the polymer industry to lower costs, improve polymer properties and reduce the use of natural resources. Municipal Solid Waste Incineration (MSWI) produces fine particles of ash, known as fly ash. This...