Month: September 2017

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Removal of nitrogen oxides with wet air scrubbers

Nitrogen oxides are a group of air-polluting compounds. Only one of these compounds Рnitrogen dioxide (NO2) Рis monitored as an air pollutant, for the creation of acid rain and its reaction with the ozone.  Nitric acid, which contains NO2, is used in the production of explosives, flour bleaching, and as an oxidizer in...

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Wet air scrubbers in asphalt concrete production

Concrete is an extremely important part of the infrastructure of modern life and its production is a growing sector of industrial production.Asphalt concrete is used in many different applications, most commonly in the construction of highways and roads. A variety of mixtures can be used to manufacture asphalt concrete, some of which include hot mix,...

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Wet air scrubber air pollution control

The human impact on the environment has been a topic of discussion for the past 50 years. Climatologists predict that as much as two thirds of all Europeans will have their health impacted by extreme changes in weather by 2100. The extreme weather conditions and events are predicted to cause the death of 150000 people...

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Wet air scrubbing remains the most cost effective and versatile

Of all available air pollution control techniques, wet air scrubbing is considered to be the most cost effective and versatile. Most wet air scrubbing techniques are highly effective and provide 99% treatment quality of both particulate matter and aerosol pollutants. Wet air scrubbers are not only effective but also efficient and often require less energy...