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  • Calgon Carbon Launches New FLUEPAC® Products to Enhance Mercury Capture and Reduce Activated Carbon Consumption by 50-70%

    Calgon Carbon Corporation (NYSE: CCC) announced that it has launched an advanced FLUEPAC® line of products to control an increasing environmental concern, mercury emissions in the coal-fired electric power generation market. These products have the ability to reduce carbon injection rates by 50 to 70 percent below that of standard products, while exceeding the mercury removal requirements ...


    By Calgon Carbon Corporation

  • `Activated carbon`: effective at locking away mercury

    Mercury is often removed from industrial emissions with 'activated carbon' which is then disposed of. A recent study assesses the adsorption of mercury by four types of activated carbon and demonstrates that they all provide a permanent means of locking away mercury. As part of the EU Mercury Strategy1 emissions of mercury from major industrial sources are subject to the EU legislation on air ...

  • Global Activated Carbon Industry to 2016

    This study analyzes the global activated carbon industry. It presents historical demand data for 2001, 2006 and 2011, and forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by type (e.g., powdered, granular), application (liquid phase, gas phase), market (e.g., industrial, water treatment, food and beverage processing), world region and major country. The study also considers market environment factors, details ...


  • World Activated Carbon Market 2016 Forecasts

    Worldwide demand for activated carbon is expected to increase more than ten percent per annum through 2016 to 1.9 million metric tons. This high level of growth will be attributable to a variety of factors, though regulatory changes in the US will be the largest single driver. China’s activated carbon market will also grow rapidly as the country begins its twelfth Five Year Plan which ...


  • Evergreen Announces Program to Develop Activated Carbon Product

    Evergreen Energy Inc. (NYSE Arca: EEE) is pleased to announce today that it has resumed research and development efforts to apply the K-Fuel® technology to manufacture activated carbon products. Kevin Milliman, head of Evergreen’s K-Fuel® team, will lead the engineering staff which expects to build from the Company’s existing ...


  • Multibillion dollar market for mercury reduction

    There is a multibillion dollar market for the reduction of emissions of mercury to the air on a worldwide basis. This is the conclusion of the McIlvaine Company in Mercury Air Reduction Markets. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) Significant conclusions are: The U.S. is leading the way, but other countries are close behind The ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • $300 Million to $1 Billion Per Year Activated Carbon Market

    The world market for activated carbon for stack gas mercury capture will grow tremendously in the next eight years.  However because of the many variables it is unclear as to whether the annual revenues will grow to $300 million or to $1 billion.  In any case, substantial investment in new activated carbon production facilities will be needed to meet this demand.   The capital ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • New air toxic rules will require huge expansion of activated carbon, fabric filters and bag production

    The U.S. EPA has just proposed rules to limit power plant air toxics in the U.S.  These rules are expected to reduce 91 percent of the mercury from being released as well as greatly reduce emissions of hydrogen chloride and toxic metals such as arsenic and chromium. McIlvaine (www.mcilvainecompany.com) is providing continuing analysis of the impact of ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • $2 billion/yr market for mercury removal from stack gases

    The market for equipment and consumables to measure and remove mercury from stack gases will average over $2 billion/yr over the next decade. This is the latest forecast in the online McIlvaine "Mercury Air Reduction Markets". There are three immediate markets, all are in the U.S.  They are cement, utility boilers and industrial boilers. Hundreds of millions of dollars has already been spent ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Scrubbers In Other Countries Remove More Mercury Than U.S. Emits

    Power plants in the U.S. emit 48 tons per year of mercury. Power plants outside the U.S. remove more than 50 tons per year of mercury, and this quantity will increase to over 80 tons by 2010.  This new finding by the McIlvaine Company is based on its ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Mercury Removal Markets And Technology Progressing In Zig Zag Fashion

    Tremendous progress has been made in promulgating regulations and developing technology to remove mercury from coal-fired boiler exhausts, but all the questions are far from answered. This is the conclusion of the McIlvaine Company in Power Plant Air Quality Decisions and the component Mercury Decision Tree. Both suppliers and purchasers are dealing with a number of remaining uncertainties not ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Mercury Reduction Requirements Generate Billion Dollar Market Opportunity

    The new regulations to reduce mercury emissions are creating a market for products and services of hundreds of millions of dollars per year and a five year market in excess of $1 billion. This is the conclusion of the McIlvaine Company in its Air Pollution Management online service.  These totals are extracted from the more specific McIlvaine reports on air pollution monitoring and sampling, ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Mercury Removal from Exhaust Stacks and Process Gas is a Shifting Billion Dollar/yr. Market

    New technologies, geographies and regulations are creating an ever changing market for mercury removal from exhaust stacks and process gases. This is the conclusion of the McIlvaine Company in N056 Mercury Air Reduction Market. The largest application is coal-fired boilers. Natural gas purification, sewage sludge incinerators, waste-to-energy plants and other facilities are significant ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Johnson Matthey`s palladium-based Mercury Sorbent Technology wins R&D 100 Award

    Johnson Matthey’s (JM) Stationary Source Emissions Control (SSEC) group, a global leader in emissions control technology, announced that its palladium-based technology has won the R&D 100 Award as part of a solution developed with NETL, Pittsburgh, PA., to remove mercury and arsenic in syngas from coal gasification.The 2008 R&D 100 Award is presented to the 100 most technologically ...

  • Nalco Mobotec Announces Mercury Control Contract with Springfield, Illinois Office of Public Utilities

    Nalco (NYSE: NLC) and its subsidiary Nalco Mobotec Inc., a global leader in air protection technology, today announced a contract with the City of Springfield, Ill., for mercury emission control at the city's Dallman Power Station. The one-year agreement, with two one-year ...


    By Nalco - an Ecolab company

  • Southern Research Prepared to Help the Coal-Fired Utilities Industry Address New Mercury and Air Toxics Standards Cost-Effectively

      Southern Research Prepared to Help the Coal-Fired Utilities Industry Address New Mercury and Air Toxics Standards Cost-Effectively Southern Research to give technical presentations at EUEC in Phoenix ...


    By Southern Research Institute

  • Global Technologies Group, Inc. Final Run Results at Cement Plant

    Global (PINKSHEETS: GTGP) announces the results of the live run at the cement plant incorporating the MBS technology for Mercury capture in the cement plant emission gasses. This final report is the result of the compilation of multiple data sets which were received over a two month period by MSE and a final analysis completed by MSE Technology Applications, Inc. This run was conducted under ...

  • Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. Posts Presentation to Website

    Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. (OTCBB: MEEC), announced that it has posted on its website a copy of the presentation made yesterday at the Energy, Utility and Environment Conference (EUEC), being held in Phoenix, AZ. The presentation was entitled "Commercial Program Review of Mercury Control Technology Using Sorbent Enhancement Additives." The Presentation shows that this commercial system met ...


  • Newly Awarded Patents Continue to Strengthen Midwest Energy Emissions Corp's Intellectual Property Rights in the U.S.

    (ME2C) Midwest Energy Emissions Corp (OTCBB: MEEC), a mercury emission capture technology company for power plants and other coal burning units, announced today that the Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) Foundation has been awarded two new United States patents for mercury emissions control. On May 1, 2012, EERC Foundation was awarded a United ...


  • Scrubber/adsorber market back to $6 billion this year

    The world market for scrubbers, biofilters, absorbers and adsorbers reached $6 billion in 2008 but dropped in 2009. However, thanks to a strong resurgence in Asia, it will top $6 billion again this year. This is the latest forecast in Scrubber/Adsorber/Biofilter World Markets an online continually updated report by the McIlvaine Company w.mcilvainecompany.com. Absorbers ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

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