Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses
Industry Articles, 3.69 MB
As mercury emission challenges arise in cement plants, the GORE Mercury Control System provides a complete solution when other measures fail.
Supplement to "World Cement," distributed at the 2017 IEEE-IAS/PCA Conference.
Industry Articles, August 2017
The Asheville, NC Metropolitan Sewerage District treatment plant has upgraded its Incineration system with the GORE Mercury Control System to ensure full compliance with EPA mercury emissions standards. After a comparative analysis, Gore’s system was determined to be simple, efficient, and the most cost effective solution, saving the plant $5M-plus along with helping to meet new stringent emissions standards.
Industry Articles, 2.16 MB
Effective March 21, 2016, all Sewage Sludge Incinerators (SSIs) were required to be in compliance with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) air pollutant emissions standards. The use of Gore's Sorbent Polymer Composite technology, found in the GORE Mercury Control System, helped wastewater treatment plants in Cincinnati and Cleveland achieve compliance while decreasing capital, operations
Industry Articles, 1.41 MB
Under Article 8 of the Minamata Convention, the cement industry is obligated to reduce mercury pollution around the globe. The GORE Mercury Control System is a simple, low cost, low maintenance solution for mercury control – offering guaranteed compliance with the strictest mercury emissions limits.
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