Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) is a process used to remove sulphur dioxide (SO2) from the flue gases generated by various industrial plants, such as power plants, refineries, smelting facilities, and waste incineration facilities. SO2 is an acid gas that can have harmful effects on the environment and human health if released into the atmosphere.
- Gas DENITRATION technologies, also known as selective catalytic reduction (SCR) denitration technology, is a process that converts nitrogen oxides (NOx) into nitrogen (N2) and water (H2O) with the help of a catalyst. This is achieved by adding a reductant, such as anhydrous ammonia (NH3), aqueous ammonia (NH4OH), or a urea (CO(NH2)2) solution, to a stream of flue or exhaust gas and reacting it onto a catalyst. The reaction produces nitrogen (N2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) in the case of urea use.
Oily water is a common waste stream generated by many industries, including oil and gas, marine, and manufacturing. Oily water can contain a range of pollutants, including oil, grease, and other contaminants that can be harmful to the environment and human health. Technologies available, including Coalescing, Membrane, Biological and Chemical treatment.
Sour water is a waste stream generated by many industrial processes, including refining and petrochemical production. It is a highly acidic and contaminated wastewater that can contain hydrocarbons, sulphur, ammonia, and other pollutants. There are several sour water treatment technologies available, including Steam stripping, Biological treatment, Membrane filtration, Chemical treatment and Thermal oxidizer.
Oily sludge is a common byproduct of many industrial processes, including oil and gas production, refining, and petrochemical manufacturing. Oily sludge is a hazardous waste that can contain hydrocarbons, heavy metals, and other pollutants. Proper treatment of oily sludge is essential to minimize environmental impacts and comply with regulatory requirements. There are several technologies available for the treatment of oily sludge, including Thermal desorption, Bioremediation, Solvent extraction, Immobilisation and Chemical oxidation.
NDD (Non-Destructive Digging) Mud and Drilling Fluids are essential for a range of drilling applications, from oil and gas exploration to geotechnical drilling. These fluids are designed to lubricate and cool the drill bit, transport cuttings to the surface, and maintain the stability of the borehole. The recycling process typically involves a combination of mechanical, chemical, and biological treatments to separate and remove contaminants.
Solid Control and Slurry Solutions are essential for many drilling operations, including oil and gas exploration, geotechnical drilling, and mining. These solutions are designed to manage drilling fluids and control the solids that are generated during the drilling process. Solid Control is the process of managing drilling fluids and removing solids from the fluids. This process typically involves a combination of mechanical, chemical, and electrical treatments to separate and remove solids.