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  • $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

  • 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

  • Pulp and Paper industry designs QAL 181 WS dust monitor as the must to have

    Besides being the only system totally certified on the market, the QAL 181 WS dust monitor is suitable for measuring particulate emissions from wet scrubbers (alkaline scrubbers) and other processes where the flue gas falls below dew point (cold stack conditions) or water droplets are present. In 2015, one of the biggest European Pulp and Paper Company with facilities in France, launched a ...


    By Environnement S.A

  • $14 billion market for FGD equipment and consumables

    Revenues for equipment, repair parts and consumables to remove SO2 from power plant stacks around the world will increase to over $14 billion in 2011 up from $13.2 billion in 2010. This is the forecast in the McIlvaine online report FGD Markets and Strategies. www.mcilvainecompany.com Fifty percent of the expenditures will be for ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Coal-fired Power Plant Becomes A “Green” Chemical Producer

    Coal-fired power plants can become major producers of hydrochloric acid and calcium chloride in a win-win situation.  Environmental emissions from the power plant including mercury are reduced.  Environmental emissions from hydrochloric acid manufacture are eliminated.  The net cost of electricity goes down instead of up.  These are the conclusions reached by the McIlvaine Company in its online, ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Equipment highlight: water recycling facility turning human solid waste into natural profitable gas

    A San Antonio water recycling facility is the first plant of its kind to turn methane gas from human solid waste into clean burning natural gas for profit. What gas was once being burned off using a standard flare is now turned into useful energy and being sold on the open market.   They do this with customized air pollution control equipment from Catalytic Products International. The ...

  • Industrial Valve Market to Reach $65 Billion by 2017

    The world market for valves used by industry will grow to $65 billion per year in 2017 adding more than $10 billion to current annual sales. This is the latest forecast in Industrial Valves: World Markets published by the McIlvaine Company (www.mcilvainecompany.com). East Asia will account for more than 30 percent of the market in 2017. The ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Scrubber and Adsorber Sales Will Exceed $5 Billion This Year

    Sales of systems to scrub or adsorb pollutants from industrial stacks around-the-world will total $5.3 billion this year and will rise to $6.8 billion by 2010.  This is the forecast of the McIlvaine Company in the continually updated online Scrubber/Adsorber World Markets. Waste incineration represents the biggest potential for scrubbers. ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • $45 Billion Annual Pump Market by 2017

    The world market for pumps used by industry, municipalities and for irrigation will grow to $45 billion per year in 2017 adding more than $7 billion to current annual sales. This is the latest forecast in Pumps: World Markets published by the McIlvaine Company. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) East Asia will account for more than 33 percent of the market in ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Use of DeconGel® for Beryllium cleanup wins ESS&H achievement award

    CBI Polymers, a subsidiary of Cellular Bioengineering, Inc., is pleased to announce that National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and Safety and Ecology Corporation (SEC) have won the Environmental, Security, Safety and Health (ESS&H) Achievement Award in recognition of their innovative use of DeconGel® as a beryllium decontamination technique for the mitigation and abatement of hazardous ...


    By METIS Scientific

  • ERG helps Crown Pet Foods deliver improvements in odour emissions

    ERG (Air Pollution Control) Ltd announces the successful installation of a new odour control plant at Crown Pet Foods as part of a £1m plus investment in upgraded odour control at their Castle Cary, Somerset, factory.Crown Pet Foods, who are owned by the global group Royal Canin, completed a new state-of-the-art pet food production facility at Castle Cary in late 2007. Although the facility ...

  • $6 Billion Fabric Filter System Market By 2009

    The market for fabric filter systems will rise from $4.5 billion in 2005 to just over $6 billion in 2009, according to the latest forecasts contained in the online continually updated Fabric Filters and Elements: World Markets. Fabric filters are used to capture pollutants before they are discharged from stacks and chimneys of industrial facilities. These devices use woven, felted or ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Dominion Virginia Power Places New Emissions Controls Into Operation at Chesterfield Power Station

    Dominion Virginia Power, a subsidiary of Dominion (NYSE: D), dedicated a new pollution control system Thursday at its Chesterfield Power Station south of Richmond that will further clean Virginia's air. The system – formally known as "flue gas desulfurization," but informally as a "scrubber" –removes more than 95 percent of sulfur ...


    By Dominion

  • Power plant scrubber market is huge but not monolithic

    Untitled Document The market for scrubbers which capture the sulfur emissions from coal-fired boilers will reach nearly $8 billion next year. But despite this large market, the profit opportunity for any one ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Burn Waste PVC in Coal-fired Boilers and Solve Multiple Environmental Problems

    Coal-fired power plants can add PVC scrap to their coal and make byproduct hydrochloric acid.  The result would be elimination of mercury both from coal-fired stacks as well as from the obsolesced chlorine manufacturing facilities.  There would also be greenhouse gas benefits and elimination of the ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Supercritical water oxidation presented as alternative to incineration

    Finding environmentally benign waste disposal options is becoming more critical. A process now being commercialised, supercritical water oxidation is demonstrating extremely efficient organic waste destruction (99.99%) plus excellent environmental characteristics (none of the emissions associated with incineration). The process is especially suitable for the treatment of wastewater and sludges ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • Recovery of Precious Metal Catalysts with Supercritical Water Oxidation

    Incineration is the traditional method used to recover precious metals from spent catalysts, but it has a number of drawbacks, particularly from an environmental point of view. Now a British-Swedish joint venture, involving Chematur Engineering AB and Johnson Matthey, has developed a process that uses supercritical water oxidation to recover the precious metals. The technology, called ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • California company`s `Green` cement captures CO2

    Cement is a major component of concrete, the world's most widely used man-made material, an integral part of roads, bridges and buildings. But making cement requires heating limestone and other materials to very high temperatures, a process that releases into the atmosphere large amount of carbon dioxide, or CO2, a leading cause of global warming. Brent Constantz is working to fix that problem ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • US must pull up its Sox and Nox

    While the Administration and most of the Congressional leadership have been pouring their attention and political capital into cobbling together a coalition to support a carbon cap and trade mechanism, the one existing such system for air pollution has been coming undone. For the past several years, the Environmental Protection Administration has operated a market in allowances for power plants ...


    By Custom Stack Analysis, LLC.

  • Tracking largest industrial spill

    At about 1 a.m. last Dec. 22, James Schean awoke with a start. He heard what sounded like a furious thunderclap and a staccato of snapping trees. Then his house shuddered and heaved. Swept up by some mighty force, it tore clear of its foundation and rumbled off like a derailed freight car. "I could hear everything breaking," he says, "the rafters cracking, Sheetrock falling off, the furniture ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

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