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Flue Gas Desulfurization

What is Flue Gas Desulfurization?

Flue Gas Desulfurization is the technology or process used that removes sulfur oxides and sulfur dioxides (SO2) from the products of combustion or flue gases at power plants (biomass or coal fueled) that are produced in boilers. Flue Gas Desulfurization removes the pollutants before discharge to the atmosphere.  

Flue Gas Desulfurization is also referred to as a scrubber. Commonly used chemicals or natural materials used include lime as the "scrubbing" media.

What is Desulfurization?

Desulfurization is the process of removing sulfur from natural gas or flue gas (flue gas desulfurization) to produce "pipeline quality gas" in the case of natural gas, and meet E.P.A. or local air pollution regulations in the case of flue gas. 

In the natural gas industry, Desulfurization is usually referred to as "H2S Removal."


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What is OxyCombustion?

Oxy-combustion is an emissions abatement solution wherein coal (as well as other fossil fuels) is burned/combusted in the presence of 100% oxygen instead of "atmospheric" air.  This "clean combustion" solution results in the exhaust containing only carbon dioxide and water vapor. The CO2 that is generated is pure enough for use in many industries, including "Enhanced Oil Recovery."


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