Air Quality/Monitoring Breakout Video


September 3rd

Air emissions at power plants, cement kilns, smelters and other industrial plants are constantly working to mitigate multiple pollutants that range from SOx, NOx, Hg, HCl, and others.  Half of this breakout session will focus on some of the successful technologies used to reduce or remove these contaminants while reducing operational costs.  The other half of this breakout is looking at technologies used to monitor pollution levels at your plant.  There have been significant advancements on these instruments which will save you money and stay in compliance.  The speakers of this breakout are leaders in the industry across the US and in the world.

  • 1:25 – Opening Remarks – Session Chair
  • 1:30 – “Mitigating Multiple Pollutants and Reducing Plant Costs” – Mike Atwell, Solvay
  • 2:00 – “Optimizing Cost and Performance for NOx Reduction” – Sean McMenamin, Nationwide Boiler
  • 2:30"Mercury Removal Technologies for Flue Gas" - Robert Huston, ADA Carbon Solutions
  • 3:00 – Break in the Exhibit Hall – Carolina Ballroom
  • 3:30 – "In-Situ Particle Size Distribution Testing Using Cascade Impactors." - Jim Guenthoer, Clean Air Engineering
  • 4:00 – “Lighten Your Budget without Compromising Compliance” – Brian Whitley, EMSI
  • 4:30 – “Telemetry Solutions for Community/Perimeter Air Monitoring” – Ted Witteman, Pine Environmental
  • 5:00 – Adjourn