The MAPS process incorporates chemical, physical and electrical processes to accomplish emission removal.
The MAPS process incorporates chemical, physical and electrical processes to accomplish emission removal. The MAPS process can concurrently remove SO2, SO3 and NOx, along with mercury (Hg) and fine particulate matter (PM 2.5), in a unique single, fully retrofit, add-on device.
The technology combines proven processes in a manner whereby the combination of the processes enhance the performance of each individual process as a result of synergies between the processes.
All sorbents and reagents used in the MAPS are sustainable chemicals with byproducts that can be recycled. The MAPS process yields sodium free ash that is suitable for use in cement.
The MAPS process is currently being evaluated by a cement plant for the management of mercury emissions when utilizing biosolids as an alternative fuel source to fossil fuels.
The small foot print, low capital and operating costs make the MAPS suitable for all power utilities & industrial processes.
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