Title: World Expenditures for Mercury Control Will Be Large and the Decisions Difficult

More than $1 billion/yr will be spent to control mercury emissions from exhaust stacks in the coming years. There are many technologies to make these reductions under development. There are unique aspects to cement processes which are different from coal-fired boilers or waste-to-energy power plants which make the approach for each different. There are even significant differences from plant to plant within an industry. Furthermore, the regulations are different depending on the industry and locality. To help suppliers and purchasers deal with these complexities, McIlvaine is offering two programs. Mercury Reduction Global Decisions Positioning System™ is a free service for the owner/operators. Mercury Air Reduction Markets provides the forecasts and routes to market for the suppliers.

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  • Mercury Removal


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  • 12/15/2013


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