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Hazardous Ash, Sludge and Effluent


 

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AECT can also remediate the ash, sludge, and effluent by-products generated in the plant rendering them non-hazardous. The process allows the wastes to be removed to a less costly, non-hazardous landfill or potentially beneficially reused on site.

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US. . MARKET ESTIMATE FOR OUR POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES FOR COAL-FIRED
POWER PLANTS,OPTIMISTlC SCENAR O, 2012 AND 2017

 

 

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Source: BCC Research

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According to Global Information Inc. an international market research report company, the U.S. market for air pollution control technologies for coal fired power plants will reach $44 billion in 2017


(December 13, 2012 report. The market for particulate and mercury control technologies was approximately $1 billion dollars in 2012 with a 5-year growth rate of 2.5%.

The Global Air Pollution Control Market should grow even more significantly once utility, oil and gas companies comply with increasingly stringent worldwide environmental regulations issued by the Regulatory bodies such as the Environmental Protection Agency in the United States.


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China and India are now the prominent users of coal generated energy and offer a substantial market which when combined with the U.S. and Europe increases the annual market significantly. Worldwide markets are estimated at 30 billion per year.

 

Spatial Distribution of Global Mercury Emissions

Two sets of variables affect the market of air pollution controls for coal-fired power plants in the U.S. specifically. Economic and political factors affect a market that is presently investigating options to meet regulatory guidelines. The declining position of coal as the dominant source of energy; providers may switch to other sources of fuel due to fears of pollution that include mercury, arsenic, cadmium and their effects on the environment and humans.



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