What’s YOUR Plan for controlling MERCURY (HG) emissions?
Coal-fired power plants, as well as industrial coal-fired boilers, are now subject to complying with the latest EPA MACT standards for the reduction of mercury gasses/particulates in the gas streams. Based on individual state mandates, many coal-fired power plants have begun to reduce mercury emissions. The EPA approach is central to the plan to reduce mercury from power plants. If your plant has not implemented a plan yet, we invite you to contact IAC for the latest updates on powdered activated carbon compounds (PAC) and bulk storage/feeder systems.
IAC works with our clients as a total ONE STOP SOLUTION PROVIDER. Including IAC in your plant’s plans to control mercury emissions gives your company the edge in cost-effective, low emission controls, as IAC provides the following expertise of technology:
- Engineered bulk storage Silo with controlled metering systems to optimize and inject the required PAC into the flue gas stream.
- Custom IAC Injection Lances with multiple nozzles.
- Full-scale demonstration testing. Mercury removal testing rig, owned and operated by IAC, provides application testing for mercury reduction. Applications include: Utility and Industrial Boilers, Roasters & Sintering Plants, Incinerators, etc.
- IAC’s Test Rig is a totally self-contained injection system to store, inject and control testing of PAC and/or other sorbents.
- IAC will provide and install the required (multiple) injection ports, manifolds, splitters and distributors, and the injection lances.
- IAC will coordinate the required testing protocols of the testing procedure and data accumulation with the testing laboratory technicians and assist in documenting the performance data.