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June 1, 2013
Selecting air-pollution control equipment can be tricky. It’s not only difficult to determine which pollutants must be controlled, but also which type of equipment will best control them to required levels for any given process or facility because there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution. Technologies that successfully control pollutants in one facility may not work as well in another...
May 1, 2013
The first commercial application of a newly developed process for the treatment of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) waste gas has been established at a milling operation in Los Angeles, Calif. Developed by Pacific Rim Design and Development (PRDD; Reno, Nev.; prdd.net), along with DuPont (Wilmington, Del.; www.dupont.com), the process uses gas-phase chlorine dioxide to react with both NO and NO2 to form nitric and...
August 1, 2011
Almost by definition, chemical engineering is a “green” discipline today, as it so often involves efforts to optimize chemical processes in order to reduce the amount of energy and raw materials that are used and the amount of waste that is generated. Today everybody “talks green” but in a lot of cases engineers are the most qualified people to provide the tools required to make...
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