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U.S. Regulations affecting existing coal, biomass, and industrial power plants emitting more than 25 tons per year of total hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) are slated to take effect between 2015 and 2018. The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS), Regional Haze (RH), and the Cross State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR) will require investments in new and retrofit air quality control system (AQCS) equipment for controlling emissions of mercury, non-mercury metal, acid gases, PM, NOx and SO2.
Spray Dryer Absorber (SDA) and CFB Scrubber (CFBS) technologies present two high value solutions for power plants to meet MATS, RH, and CSAPR regulations.
This informative webinar, presented by Matthew Fischer and Greg Darling of Amec Foster Wheeler, will provide a regulatory summary, assess SDA and CFBS technologies, and take your questions.
Specific discussion areas include:
The timetable for U.S. regulations covering emissions (MATS, RH, CSAPR)
Design features, benefits and advantages of SDA and CFBS systems
Technical, operational, and performance comparison between SDA and CFBS
In addition, this webinar will address several commonly asked questions such as:
What are the multi-pollutant capture capabilities for SDA and CFBS equipment
What is the typical lead-time for design and supply of SDA and CFBS equipment
What is the difference in the installed cost for SDA and CFBS equipment
What are the differences in operation and maintenance costs between the technologies
How can next generation two-fluid SDA nozzles improve performance over rotary/older two-fluid nozzles
Typical MW capacity range that can be addressed with a single absorber vessel (SDA and CFBS)
The webinar will cover pros and cons of the different technologies to help you make informed decisions concerning new or retrofit FGD alternatives. Questions from attendees will be answered by the presenters at the end of the webinar.
Matthew Fischer | Asst. Product Manager – Dry FGD Systems | AFW
Matthew is responsible for pre-contract and post-contract process design of wet and dry flue gas desulfurization systems. Pre-contract, he is responsible for the preparation of material balances, process flow diagrams, development of piping and instrumentation diagrams / logics diagrams, equipment sizing, evaluation and selection, on-site commissioning, training and start-up. Matthew’s post-contract duties include equipment sizing, evaluation, and selection along with development of piping and instrumentation diagrams / logic diagrams. His on-site duties including the final check-out of equipment, initial operation and start-up, and troubleshooting.
Other duties also include the development of operator training manuals, system operation and maintenance manuals (O&M), and on-site training of local operators. He also performs on the job training of WFGD and DFGD system operators during initial operation and system check-out and on the job optimization and maintenance of WFGD and DFGD systems after unit operation. He holds a BS, Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.
Greg Darling | Asst. Product Manager – CFB Scrubbers | AFW
Greg is responsible for pre-contract and post-contract process design of CFBS systems. Pre contract, his duties include including the preparation of material balances, process flow diagrams, development of piping and instrumentation diagrams / logics diagrams, equipment sizing, evaluation and selection, on-site commissioning, training and start-up.
Post-contract duties include equipment sizing, evaluation, and selection along with development of piping and instrumentation diagrams / logic diagrams. On-Site duties include final check-out of equipment, initial operation and start-up, along with troubleshooting. Greg's experience includes boiler performance and mechanical design, optimization of boiler and FGD combined operation, and on-site support of both systems. He holds a BS, Mechanical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.