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Quantification of Biogenic CO2 in emissions

Aug 23 2022

Recently, there has been an increasing interest for the quantification of biogenic CO2 in emissions. The Environment Agency (EA) now requests EfW plant operators to report Pollution Inventory (PI) emissions to include biogenic CO2 sources. 

The increase of greenhouse gas emissions is impacted by fuels combusted in Energy from Waste sites and power generation plants. CO2 made up of biogenic and non-biogenic carbon is among the leading factors which have been shown to contribute to global warming. 

a1-cbiss supplies the AMESA-B Biogenic CO2 Sampler which uses a technology widely recognised as the most reliable means of determining the biogenic and fossil fraction of CO2 emissions. The continuous, automated sampler extracts CO2 samples from exhaust gas in the flue via a heated sampling probe and collects in an adsorber cartridge. 

Find out more, visit a1-cbiss at AQE 2022.

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