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Case Study: GORE® DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Limoges, France

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

The waste incinerator CEDLM in Limoges (France) was proactively looking for efficient solutions to reduce NOx emissions to a 80 mg/Nm3 level, making them eligible for emission-related tax benefits.

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Case Study: GORE® DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Padova, Italy

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

The HESTAMBIENTE Municipal Waste incinerator, part of HERA group, is located in Padova (Italy). Due to tight regulations, the incinerator needed to significantly reduce its line 1 NOx emissions.

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Case Study: GORE® DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Villefranche sur Saône, France

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

In 2013, the city of Villefranche (France) requested that its municipal waste incinerator reduce its emission levels to < 80 mg/Nm3 NOx and < 10 mg/Nm3 NH3, especially necessary given the plant’s close proximity to the city of Lyon. However, the plant didn’t want to compromise its incineration capacity in its efforts to reduce emissions.

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GORE® REMEDIA® Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Obama, Japan

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

The local government of a city in the Fukui prefecture (Japan) needed to revamp its MSW incineration facility to simplify operations and reduce costs. A key factor for the revamped facility was a potential replacement for its existing pollution control unit, which used a fixed-bed activated carbon with ancillary fire protection system to reduce post-incineration dioxin/furan emissions.

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GORE® REMEDIA® Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Okayama, Japan

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

The construction firm A&E was competing for a new MSW incineration facility at Okayama Prefecture (Japan). One of the facility’s core needs was to meet regulations for post-incineration emissions. As part of the bidding process, A&E committed to finding the best-available technologies to meet the project’s various technical scopes, including controlling post-combustion dioxin/furan emissions, all while minimizing the initial investment and ongoing operating costs.

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GORE® REMEDIA® Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incineration – Kochi City Clean Center, Japan

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

At an energy to waste facility in Kochi, Japan, power was generated by incinerating municipal waste using a stoker furnace, which incorporated pollution control units at the downstream. After heat recovery, the flue gas was further cooled down to 150 °C for the effective carbon adsorption of dioxin/furan. The gas was then passed through a filter baghouse to remove particulates. Finally, the gas was reheated to 210 °C for tail-end NOx reduction by an SCR tower.

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GORE® REMEDIA® Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incineration, Nishitama Eisei Kumiai, Hamura City, Tokyo, Japan

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

A municipal solid waste incineration plant in Hamura, Tokyo, was using powder-activated carbon injection to control dioxin/ furan emission. The plant management needed a solution to two simultaneous challenges: Increasing the facility’s waste incineration capacity by 14 % while mitigating the surrounding neighborhood’s concerns of high dioxin/furan emission.

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GORE® REMEDIA® Catalytic Filter Bags – Medical Waste Incineration Facility, Pennsylvania, USA

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

An incineration plant in Pennsylvania uses a rotary kiln incinerator with a downstream pollution control system to treat medical waste. In 2009, the EPA introduced a new emission guideline (EGs) for rotary kiln incinerators. In October 2014, the EGs was enforced at the plant, whose existing pollution control system complied with all components of the EGs except dioxin/ furans emission (D/F).

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Case Study Spreader Stoker 10000 acfm Filtering using GORE Filter Bags

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses GORE Filter Bags - By Industry

Pressure drop has been reduced to five-inch w.g., allowing full-rated steam production (60,000 lbs/hr) to be attained. With GORE Membrane Filter Bags, compressed air pressure has been reduced to 50 psi, and the between-cleaning interval is three times longer.

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Case Study: Stack Gas Cleaning Downstream From a Coal-Burning Boiler using GORE Filter Bags

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses GORE Filter Bags - By Industry

No manual cleaning has been necessary to maintain a controlled and low pressure drop and maximum gas flow. Despite hours of poor combustion, the GORE Membrane Filter Bags have reconditioned themselves, and the pressure drop and flow values have returned to normal.

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