European Industrial Emissions Directive (IED)
The European Council of Ministers and the European Parliament have formed the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) to regulate pollutant emissions by industrial power plants. The IED will most significantly regulate nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and particulate emissions.
The IED covers power plants with a rated thermal input larger than 50 MWth that burn coal, lignite and biomass, among other fuels. Air pollutants that are regulated include dust (fine particulate), SO2, NOx, CO, heavy metals (including mercury) and dioxin/furan.
Nalco Mobotec analysts can help you answer questions like:
- What are my current IED emissions?
- What are my options for meeting emissions limits?
- What exact sorbent flow rates do I need?
- Will one solution impact other emissions?
The Nalco Mobotec IED Solutions:
- SO2 - Nalco Mobotec Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI)
- NOx - Rotating Opposed Fire Air (ROFA) system and/or Rotamix Advanced SNCR system
In conjunction with ROFA/Rotamix NOx control, In Duct SCR and Combustion Tuning Programs can also be utilized to achieve our highest levels of NOx reduction
- CO - Nalco Mobotec ROFA system or Combustion Tuning Program
- Mercury (heavy metals) - Nalco Mobotec MerControl system and/or Activated Carbon injection systems
- Dioxin & Furan - Nalco Mobotec ROFA system with combustion improvement and/or activated carbon injection (ACI)
For more information on the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) regulation and how to prepare, contact us at email@example.com.