Mitigating acid gas emissions

Published 11 December 2018

In this month’s Technical Forum, Dr Michael Clark examines acid gas emissions from cement kilns. Understanding harmful acid gas emissions, such as hydrogen chloride, is required before investing in mitigation strategies.

Before investing in new raw material quarries, a better understanding of acid gas emissions is required

Emissions from cement kilns are a growing focus of environmental authorities around the world. This month’s Technical Forum will look at the causes and mitigation of acid gas emissions from cement kilns. While acid gas emissions of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and sulphur dioxide (SO2) will be discussed, the main focus will be the causes and mitigation of hydrogen chloride (HCl) emissions.

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