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Modernization of Unit for Elimination of VOCs by Catalytic Oxidation

Originální název

Modernization of Unit for Elimination of VOCs by Catalytic Oxidation

Anglický název

Modernization of Unit for Elimination of VOCs by Catalytic Oxidation

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The treatment of waste gases as well as solid and liquid wastes is important activity for environmental protection. Recently, with the tightening emission limits, the pressure to reduce emissions, especially the volatile organic compounds (VOCs), has increased. The reason is not only the impact of these emissions on the "greenhouse effect", but also their negative impact on the environment and human organism. Individual VOCs have dangerous properties, such as: irritant, toxic, and dangerous for the environment, and harmful. Emissions of VOCs arise mainly in industry processing the organic materials, such as various chemicals, solvents, paints, fuels, cleaning agents and other.

Anglický abstrakt

The treatment of waste gases as well as solid and liquid wastes is important activity for environmental protection. Recently, with the tightening emission limits, the pressure to reduce emissions, especially the volatile organic compounds (VOCs), has increased. The reason is not only the impact of these emissions on the "greenhouse effect", but also their negative impact on the environment and human organism. Individual VOCs have dangerous properties, such as: irritant, toxic, and dangerous for the environment, and harmful. Emissions of VOCs arise mainly in industry processing the organic materials, such as various chemicals, solvents, paints, fuels, cleaning agents and other.

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@article{BUT101973,
  author="David {Jecha} and Jan {Martinec} and Vladimír {Brummer} and Petr {Stehlík} and Pavel {Leštinský}",
  title="Modernization of Unit for Elimination of VOCs by Catalytic Oxidation",
  annote="The treatment of waste gases as well as solid and liquid wastes is important activity for environmental protection. Recently, with the tightening emission limits, the pressure to reduce emissions, especially the volatile organic compounds (VOCs), has increased. The reason is not only the impact of these emissions on the "greenhouse effect", but also their negative impact on the environment and human organism. Individual VOCs have dangerous properties, such as: irritant, toxic, and dangerous for the environment, and harmful. Emissions of VOCs arise mainly in industry processing the organic materials, such as various chemicals, solvents, paints, fuels, cleaning agents and other.",
  address="AIDIC Servizi S.r.l.",
  chapter="101973",
  doi="10.3303/CET1335124",
  institution="AIDIC Servizi S.r.l.",
  number="2013",
  volume="35",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  pages="745--750",
  publisher="AIDIC Servizi S.r.l.",
  type="journal article - other"
}