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Indian Iron and Steel plants: Draft of the Environmental Protection Amendment Regulations
Posted on: 01 / 10 / 2019 | 0 Comentarios | Tags: combustion equipment, energy efficiency in use of gas, Environment protection, equipos de combustión, india, protección del medio ambiente, siderurgia, Steel and Iron industry
The Indian Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MOEFCC) published on December 4, 2019 a Draft of the Environmental Protection Amendment Regulations, to further intensify the current Environmental Protection regulations of 1986 .
The Amendment is included in Annex 1 concerning the standards for the emission or discharge of environmental pollutants. Emission standards for steel plants have been replaced by new, more restrictive standards. In addition, in Annex I, Rule 3 related to the “Standard for the emission or discharge of environmental pollutants from various industries”, entry into serial number 99 for spongy iron plants (Rotary Kiln) shall be eliminated.
The Amendment to improve the protection of the environment in steelmaking includes parameters for the reduction of emissions such as 50 mg / Nm3 of particulate matter and 500 mg / Nm3 of Nox in the case of coke oven batteries and sintering and pelletizing plants, and 50 mg / Nm3 of particles and 400 mg / NOx in gas-based power plants as well as in rolling plants.
E&M Combustion is a combustion engineering company created in 2004, located in Artea, Spain. It specializes in the development of innovative technologies to add value to its customers. Their equipment registers Low Pollutant emissions and are adapted to individual needs, thus allowing greater energy efficiency of the projects. The company works primarily in the Energy, Petrochemical, Oil and gas, Iron and Steel and Food and Beverage industry sectors. E&M Combustion is present with its equipment implanted in more than 30 countries and allocates more than 70% of its production for export.
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