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Article: Catalytic Filtration - Dioxin/Furan Destruction in the Baghouse

This paper describes the current status of air pollution control at the municipal waste incinerator of IVRO, Roeselare, Belgium, using the REMEDIA D/F catalytic filter system for dioxin/furan destruction and particulate control.

Article: Combined PCDD/F Destruction and Particulate Control in the Baghouse - Experience with a Catalytic Filter System at a Medical Waste Incineration Plant

A paper first presented at the international conference on incineration and thermal treatment technologies, discussing the catalytic filter system at a medical waste incineration plant.

Dioxin & Furan Filters

A paper first presented at the 21st International Symposium on Halogenated Environmental Organic Pollutants and POPs, discussing removal of PCDD/PCDF and polyaromatic hydrocarbons.

Article: Catalytic Destruction of PCDD/F, Lab Test and Performance in a Medical Waste Incinerator

A paper first presented at the Dioxin 2000 Symposium in Monterey, California, discussing test and performance in a medical waste incinerator.

Article: Destruction of Polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins and Dibenzofurans in Fabric Filters

This paper details the full-scale field experiences of a catalytic filtration system that both destroys dioxins/furans and removes particulate to levels significantly lower than the regulatory limit.

Catalytic Dioxin/Furan Removal from Flue Gas Streams

A paper first presented at the Dioxin 2000 Symposium in Monterey, California, discussing catalytic dioxin/furan removal from flue gas streams.

surface filtration

Phoenix Services, Inc. possède et exploite l’incinérateur régional de déchets médicaux de Baltimore, dans le Maryland (USA). La nouvelle réglementation concernant les dioxines et furanes imposait une limite considérablement inférieure aux niveaux d’émission du passé.

surface filtration

Phoenix Services, Inc. besitzt und betreibt den Baltimore Regional Medical Waste Incinerator in Baltimore, Maryland, USA ("Regionale Krankenhausabfall-Verbrennungsanlage Baltimore"). Neue Vorschriften für Dioxine und Furane legten Grenzwerte fest, die deutlich unter den historischen Emissionsniveaus lagen.