Biomass stations: polluting products and river treatment systems
Abatement of fumes, sulphur oxide, dust and odours deriving from biomass plants
Fume abatement from biomass combustion plant
For their operation, biomass stations use renewable energy deriving from organic substances.
The type of biomass used greatly affects the pollutants emitted by this process: some generate very fine dust, while others emit Sox. The use of waste from sunflower oil processing, for example, results in the emission of very fine dust that is difficult to treat.
To solve the problem, it is necessary to design and build multi-stage abatement systems capable of treating all the pollutants in the flow.
Purification of odours from pomace fermentation
Olive pomace is a by-product resulting from the extraction of olive oil and can be used as agricultural fertiliser, fuel or for
the production of olive pomace oil and much more.
Fermentation of this product causes the emission of very strong odours that must be captured and treated through special wet systems to prevent their dispersion in the environment.
Reduction of air pollutants in the biomass and renewable sector
As we have seen in this overview, multiple types of biomass are used to produce renewable energy and the thermochemical processes used involves the emission of different types of pollutants.
In order to protect their employees and avoid the spread of harmful substances in the environment, companies must have appropriate pollution abatement systems.
To choose the most suitable technology, it is necessary to rely on experts who, through appropriate technical inspections, can verify the state of the matter and design the abatement systems.
Thanks to long experience in the field, Tecnosida® is the ideal partner for the design and construction of tailor-made systems for the collection, conveying and abatement of pollutants emitted.
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