FGD’s solution for pollution

By Jessica Roberts
Published: Tuesday, 28 June 2011

END USER FOCUS: New coal-fired power capacity and crackdowns on existing polluting sites continue to lead demand for flue gas desulphurisation and its key mineral consumption

Sokolovska Uhelna’s 125 MWe plant in Vresova, Czech Republic, was retrofitted FGD technology by Enprima Engineering in 2000, and can now remove 95% SO2 emissions.
Enprima Engineering Ltd

Flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) technology is primarily used by fossil fuel-burning power stations to remove acids - namely sulphur dioxide...

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