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Catalytic Dioxin/Furan Removal from Flue Gas Streams

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

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

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

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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.

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

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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.

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

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

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

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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.

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Dioxin & Furan Filters

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

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

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

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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

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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

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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

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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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