Alcoa says scrubber lowers emissions 90%

Jun 03, 2013 | 03:35 PM | Jethro Wookey

Tags  Alcoa, anode, emissions, Lake Charles plant, Louisiana plant, Ray Kilmer, In-Duct Scrubber, Jethro Wookey

LONDON — Alcoa Inc. is piloting new emissions reduction technology at its baked anode and calcined coke facility in Lake Charles, La.

The technology can reduce sulfur dioxide, particulate matter and hydrogen fluoride emissions at the plant by up to 90 percent, Pittsburgh-based Alcoa said, adding that the Alcoa In-Duct Scrubber will also offer significantly lower installation costs than more established emissions cleansing technologies....

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