The Institute of Clean Air Companies collaborated with the Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association (MARAMA) to host a day and half workshop to discuss emissions control and monitoring technologies for industrial sources. The workshop as held at the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) office on May 18-19, 2011. MARAMA represents ten state and local air pollution control agencies, whose mission is to strengthen the skills and capabilities of state air quality officials and to help them work together to prevent and reduce air pollution in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The MARAMA states include the; District of Columbia, DE, NJ, NY, PA, VA, NC, WV, Allegheny Health Department and Air Quality Programs and Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Air Management Services.
Existing and upcoming Environmental Requirements for the Industrial and Utility Sectors
Ray Chalmers, US EPA Region 3
NOx Emission Control Options for ICI Boilers
John M. Boyle, Ph.D., Fuel Tech
Advances in Activated Carbon Injection Technology for Mercury Control
Richard Miller, ADA-ES
Multi-pollutant Emission Reduction Technology for Small Utility Boilers
Lew Benson, NalcoMobotc
Calcium Hydroxide DSI & Factors that Impact Acid Gas Control Performance
Michael Schantz, Lhoist North America
Dry Sorbent Injection - Sodium
Paul Jones, Solvay Chemicals, Inc.
Circulating Dry Scrubber Technology Applicability for Industrial and Small Utility Boilers
Justin P. Chenevey, Babcock & Wilcox
Optimized Cyclone Performance - Wood Waste
Terry Crabtree, Anguil Environmental
NOx Control for Stationary Gas Engines
Wilson Chu, Johnson Matthey, SEC
Oxidation Technologies for Stationary Rich and Lean Burn Engines
Bill Hizny, BASF Corporation
Emission Control Equipment Costs
Jim Staudt, Andover Technologies Partners
Acid Gas Monitoring Techniques
Ty Smith, CEMTEK Instruments
Portable Analyzers for Stationary Engines and other Industrial Applications
Drew Wilson, ECOM America Ltd.
Fugitive Emission Detection Using Toxic Vapor Analyzers (TVA)
Bob Francis, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Mercury Emission Controls for Cement Production -COMING SOON
Pete Paone, FLSmidth Inc.