Relationship between Chlorine in Waste Streams and Dioxin Emissions from Waste Combustor Stacks

Relationship between Chlorine in Waste Streams and Dioxin Emissions from Waste Combustor Stacks

by H. Gregory Rigo, A John Chandler, William Steven. Lanier
     
 

ISBN-10: 0791812227

ISBN-13: 9780791812228

Pub. Date: 01/29/1995

Publisher: American Society of Mechanical Engineers

This report use existing test data and information to investigate the effect that waste feed chlorine content (especially components like PVC, mixed plastics, and salt) has on PCDD/F concentrations in the gaseous products of combustion at waste combustion facilities. This effort was not intended to: develop emission factors, evaluate control system performance,

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Overview

This report use existing test data and information to investigate the effect that waste feed chlorine content (especially components like PVC, mixed plastics, and salt) has on PCDD/F concentrations in the gaseous products of combustion at waste combustion facilities. This effort was not intended to: develop emission factors, evaluate control system performance, generate new data, assess PCDD/F and chlorine relationships in liquid effluents or solid residues, evaluate the removal of particulate bound PCDD/F in emission control devices, nor assess other studies addressing this question, except to make sure that relevant data were obtained. Prepared by H Gregor Rigo, A John Chandler, and W Steven Lanier.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780791812228
Publisher:
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Publication date:
01/29/1995
Series:
CRTD Series
Pages:
716

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