Flue gas treatment
Flue gas is generated by the incineration of wastes and many other industrial processes. These contain pollutants such as sulfur oxides (SO2 + SO3), hydrochloric acid (HCl), hydrofluoric acid (HF) as well as heavy metals, dioxins and furans and must be cleaned before being discharged into the environment.
The goals of flue gas treatment are:
- Removing acidic gases, particularly sulfur dioxide (SO2) and hydrogen chloride (HCl).
- Avoiding the emission of pollutants into the atmosphere.
- Ensuring cost-effectiveness and suitability for the cleaning method used.
- Improving pollutants removal efficiencies at municipal waste-to-energy plants.
In TLD Vietnam, we provide various minerals (from limestone, calcium carbonate to lime, hydrated lime,…) with a wide range of particle sizes and reactivities to deliver the best technical and economic performance to scrubbers operated by waste-to-energy plants.