With new reduced emission limits, the efficiency of the abatement control plant becomes increasingly important. Until now, in a bid to reduce emissions, plant operators would estimate how much lime reagent was needed by monitoring the final stack emissions to atmosphere and adjusting a feedscrew. The problem with this ‘feed-back’ technique is the amount of guesswork involved. Site operators have been frequently adding too much lime. Overdosing is common but this comes at a cost in both emission limit breaches & lime wastage.
Join us at RWM, try our VR experience and we can show you how ENVEA have developed a cost-saving solution that can be adjusted to tackle future legislative changes.
You will benefit from:
Lower Abatement Reagent Costs – Control emissions for efficient use of abatement reagents
Reduce Energy Costs – Regulate material flow, avoid energy spikes and reduce energy costs
Achieve Regulatory Compliance – Automatically control emissions abatement to regulate GHG and meet BREF compliance