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Multi-Pollutant Emissions Abatement Technology

EPCM Global, a South African company, has partnered with Carbon Process & Plant Engineering (CPPE), from Luxembourgh, to bring emission abatement technologies to Africa. These proven and mature activated-carbon based multi-pollutant emission abatement technologies are contained in a single scalable, modular, low maintenance process plant.

Industrial manufacturing and power generation plants emitting various multi-pollutants such as Sulphur Oxides, Nitrogen Oxides, Carbon Dioxide and particulate matter are under increasing pressure to comply with the minimum emission standards in support of signatory compliance to the Paris Agreement on climate change.

SULFACID

The Sulfacid® process has been especially developed to meet the dual objectives of SO2 removal from waste gases generated by chemical and metallurgical processes and transformation into industrial grade sulfuric acid. It lends itself particularly well to applications where sulfuric acid can be directly used, for example titanium dioxide production or similar sulfuric acid based processes.

KOMBISORBON

Activated carbon is known for its excellent pollutant removal capabilities. Carbon Process & Plant Engineering S.A. (CPPE) has an adsorbent which offers all the advantages of activated carbon while, at the same time, eliminating its known drawbacks, especially its fouling tendency.

  • heavy metals, in particular mercury and cadmium

  • dioxins and furans

  • other ecotoxic organic components

CO2/SO2 process

The SO2 is converted to H2SO4 by wet catalysis in the presence of oxygen and water. Simultaneously, the CO2 contained in the gas reacts with the SO2 and forms elemental C and Sulfur/C compounds on the surface of the activated carbon.

CO2/NO2 process

The SO2 is converted to H2SO4 by wet catalysis in the presence of oxygen and water. Simultaneously, the CO2 contained in the gas reacts with the SO2 and forms elemental C and Sulfur/C compounds on the surface of the activated carbon.

 

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