Reduction of NOx and Organic Air Emissions

An overview of the latest technologies concerning the reduction of air pollutants (NOx, NH3, CO, TOC) from the clinker burning process with regard to present and future legal requirements.
Target Group:
Process engineers, plant design engineers, environmental engineers, national and international associations.

Legal requirements regarding emissions abatement for cement plants, especially those using alternative fuels and raw materials, challenge the cement industry to constantly improve its level of environmental protection. New developments on an international level are expected to have a further impact on technological developments in the years to come. Participants will be given an overview of currently used state-of-the-art abatement technologies and latest developments as well as plant reports from operating full-scale installations. Primary (process-integrated) and secondary (end-of-pipe) emission abatement measures will be addressed and also upcoming or potential developments in legal requirements. The seminar includes a visit to the SCHWENK cement plant  in Allmendingen, Germany, which uses a new DECONOX facility for the reduction of NOx, organic compounds and CO.

  • Legislative regulations
  • NOx, NH3 and organic emissions
  • High efficiency SNCR and RTO
  • Reports from operating SCR installations
  • Emission reduction by DECONOX
  • Emission reduction by AUTONOX
  • Emission reduction by catalytic bagfilters
Further details:
Date Venue Nearest airport Price Registration deadline
17-18.09.2019 Allmendingen, Germany Stuttgart 1,350.00 EUR 02.08.2019

The above price is for ECRA members only. Non-members will be charged double. There is a discount of 25% for each additional participant from the same company address.

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