Emission control of pollutants in waste incineration power generation process


Emission control of pollutants in waste incineration power generation process


Sifang Kong 1,2, Jianlin Sun 1*, Xueqin Cheng 3

1School of Traffic & Environment, Shenzhen Institute of Information Technol-ogy, Shenzhen 518172, China.
2Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Circular Economy, Shenzhen Graduate School, Peking University, Shenzhen 518055, China.
3Shenzhen Shanshuile Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.


Global Journal of Energy and Environment

The waste incineration power generation is not only an effective measure to deal with the urban domestic garbage, but also can realize the supplement of the urban electric energy resources. Because of the complexity and diversification of the municipal solid waste in our country, there are different and complex chemical reactions in the waste incineration process. The reaction itself has a direct hazard to the human body and the environment, especially the highly toxic dioxins, which is a key factor to hinder the development of the waste incineration power generation technology. In order to better improve the comprehensive benefit of the waste incineration power generation, this paper briefly analyzes the emission control of the pollutants in the waste incineration power generation process, and hopes to provide theoretical help to the relevant workers.


Keywords: Waste Incineration; Power Stations; Pollutants; Emission Control

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How to cite this article:
Sifang Kong, Jianlin Sun, Xueqin C-heng. Emission control of pollutants in waste incineration power generation. Global Journal of Energy and Environment, 2019,1:9. DOI:10.28933/gjee-2019-10-1805


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