March 24-25, 2010
- Presentations - March 24, 2010
Acid Gas Scrubber for Multi-Pollutant Reduction, Nicholas Confuorto, Belco Technologies Corp.
Multi-pollutant Emission Reduction Technology for Small Utility Boilers, Jamie Fessenden, Nalco Mobotec
Advanced Gas Liquid Contactor Technology for Multi-Pollutant Control Systems, Suzanne Kladder, Neumann Systems
Dry Sorbent Injection of Sodium Sorbents, Mike Atwell, Solvay Chemicals
Activated Carbon Injection for Mercury Control on Industrial Coal-Fired Boilers, Richard Miller, ADA Environmental Solutions
Costs of Emission Control Technologies, Jim Staudt, Andover Technology Partners
WESP Control of Fine PM including Condensables, James Reynolds, Siemens Environmental & Energy Systems
NOx Reduction in a Capital Constrained World, John Boyle, Fuel Tech
ICAC Overview of the Status of GHG Control Technologies, Doug Austin, ICAC
Presentations - March 25, 2010
Synthetic Fuel Substitutes for Thermal Oxidizers, Jim Stone, Durr Energy & Environmental Systems
Efficiency Options for Thermal & Catalytic Oxidizers, Kyle Momenee, Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.
Oxidation Technologies for Stationary Rich and Lean Burn Engines, Bill Hizny, BASF
Diesel Particulate Control Technology, Rich Rosowski, Johnson Matthey
Particulate Controls for Industrial Applications, David Sloat & Paul Farber, Sargent & Lundy
Controlling Particulate Emissions from Coke Oven Plants, Dennis Lippman, Udhe Corporation
Energy Efficiency Improvements: Supply Side Optimization Translates into Reduction in CO2e, Vince Albanese, Fuel Tech, Inc.
Predictive Emissions Monitoring System (PEMS), Richard Hovan, Rockwell Automation
Implementation of NH3 Measurement on Post Combustion NOx Reduction Systems, Ken Greaves, Cemtek
Advances in NOx Testing with Portable Analyzers (e.g. stationary engines & other industrial applications), Craig McKim, Testo
Continuous Mercury Emissions Monitoring Feasibility and Costs, Karl Wilber, PE, Tekran Instruments Corporation
Greenhouse Gas Measurement Technologies, Michael Corvese, Thermo Fisher Scientific