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Clean Air Act: Emerging Mercury Control Technologies Have Shown Promising Results, but Data on Long-Term Performance Are Limited
In March 2005, the EPA issued a rule that will lim

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By John B. Stephenson (au)
Year: 2005
Pages: 63
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422302423

In March 2005, the EPA issued a rule that will limit mercury emissions (ME) -- a toxic element that causes neurological problems -- from coal-fired power plants, the nationís largest indíl. source of ME. Under the rule, ME are to be reduced from a baseline of 48 tons/yr. to 38 tons in 2010 & to 15 tons in 2018. The ME target for 2010 is based on the level of ME achievable with technol. for controlling other pollutants -- which also capture some mercury -- because it believed emerging mercury controls had not been adequately demonstrated. This report: describes the use, availability, & effectiveness of technol. to reduce ME at power plants; & identifies the factors that influence the cost of these technol. & reports on available cost estimates. Tables.

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