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a Dry Scrubber's Design for the Control of Air Toxics
Richard P. Bundy
paper reviews the comparative results of different
installations, and examines the subtle design and
operational differences that are believed to account
for the higher pollutant removal efficiencies. The
dry scrubber is described as a unified system rather
than a collection of individual components: i.e. gas
cooler, dry injection system, baghouse, etc. The effect
of design decisions in one area are related to the
operating performance of the entire system.
of Operation of a Dry Scrubber System on a Medical Waste
Richard P. Bundy
paper provides a brief, introductory discussion of
the different components of a dry scrubber system.
It is written for medical waste incinerators, but
is applicable to most any dry scrubber system.
Emissions from Industrial Boilers
Richard Bundy - Presented
at the University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Engineering
Professional Development, April 24-26, 1991, Madison,
paper describes the history of the application of
baghouses to industrial boilers, discusses alternative
designs, and describes some of the critical design
issues for baghouses on this application.
STANDARDS FOR HMIWI
published emission standards for Hospital, Medical,
and Infectious waste incinerators on September 15,
1997. A summary is given of the standards for each
pollutant, for different incinerator sizes and for
new versus existing incinerators. EPA has been sued
by environmental groups and the standards have not
been enacted, but represent the expected requirements.
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