Air Monitoring

Accurate, Real-Time Multi Component Monitoring of Incineration and Co-Incineration Emissions Using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR)-Based Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS)

Dec 13 1901

Author: Henk Oele, Dave Clifford on behalf of Thermo Fisher Scientific (UK) Ltd

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An incineration plant is any stationary or mobile technical unit and equipment dedicated to the thermal treatment of wastes with or without recovery of the combustion heat generated. This includes the incineration by oxidation of waste as well as other thermal treatment processes such as pyrolysis, gasification or plasma processes. A co-incineration plant is any stationary or mobile unit, which aims at generating energy or producing material products. It uses wastes as a regular or additional fuel and treats waste thermally for the purpose of disposal.

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