High temperature abatement of acid gases from waste incineration. Part I: experimental tests in full scale plants.


In recent years, several waste-to-energy plants in Italy have experienced an increase of the concentration of acid gases (HCl, SO2 and HF) in the raw gas. This is likely an indirect effect of the progressive decrease of the amount of treated municipal waste, which is partially replaced by commercial waste. The latter is characterised by a higher variability… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.wasman.2014.10.019