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Feasibility study on improving SO/sub 2/ abatement economics through improvements in byproduct utilization. Final report. 2 Volumes

Technical Report:

Abstract

This study was undertaken to assess the technical feasibility of improving SO/sub 2/ abatement economics through improvements in byproduct utilization, and to recommend the most appropriate strategy for fostering the development and commericalization of such technology. Existing byproduct technology was reviewed and the potential for new technology assessed. This was done by a literature review and a survey of individuals and organizations actively engaged in this area. The assessment is confined to technical aspects only. This phase of the study concludes that there is a wide range of abatement byproduct technology, at various stages of development, which if appropriately exploited, offers the potential of improving byproduct utility and value, and hence the economics of Canadian SO/sub 2/ abatement. The second phase of this study addresses the problem of the most effective strategy for ensuring the development and commercialization of appropriate byproduct technology. This is based on discussions with individuals and organizations involved in the field, and assessment of the motivation and potential effectiveness of alternative approaches within the context of a diverse Canadian industry, the technology status in Canada and the national need. Includes 51-page bibliography. 400 refs., 14 tabs.
Authors:
Publication Date:
Jan 17, 1984
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
SDI-17011984; CE-01315
Reference Number:
CANM-88-001364; ERA-13-034851; EDB-88-106102
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; 29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; AIR POLLUTION ABATEMENT; BY-PRODUCTS; CANADA; SULFUR DIOXIDE; BIBLIOGRAPHIES; GOVERNMENT POLICIES; MARKETING; PROGRESS REPORT; SURVEYS; USES; WASTE PROCESSING; WASTE PRODUCT UTILIZATION; CHALCOGENIDES; DOCUMENT TYPES; MANAGEMENT; NORTH AMERICA; OXIDES; OXYGEN COMPOUNDS; POLLUTION ABATEMENT; PROCESSING; SULFUR COMPOUNDS; SULFUR OXIDES; WASTE MANAGEMENT; 500200* - Environment, Atmospheric- Chemicals Monitoring & Transport- (-1989); 500600 - Environment, Atmospheric- Regulations- (-1989); 290300 - Energy Planning & Policy- Environment, Health, & Safety
OSTI ID:
5002384
Research Organizations:
Sulphur Development Inst. of Canada
Country of Origin:
Canada
Language:
English
Availability:
CANMET/TID, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, 555 Booth St., Ottawa, Ont., Canada K1A 0G1; $0.34CAN per page, $3.40 CAN minimum.
Submitting Site:
CANM
Size:
Pages: 215
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abstractNote = {This study was undertaken to assess the technical feasibility of improving SO/sub 2/ abatement economics through improvements in byproduct utilization, and to recommend the most appropriate strategy for fostering the development and commericalization of such technology. Existing byproduct technology was reviewed and the potential for new technology assessed. This was done by a literature review and a survey of individuals and organizations actively engaged in this area. The assessment is confined to technical aspects only. This phase of the study concludes that there is a wide range of abatement byproduct technology, at various stages of development, which if appropriately exploited, offers the potential of improving byproduct utility and value, and hence the economics of Canadian SO/sub 2/ abatement. The second phase of this study addresses the problem of the most effective strategy for ensuring the development and commercialization of appropriate byproduct technology. This is based on discussions with individuals and organizations involved in the field, and assessment of the motivation and potential effectiveness of alternative approaches within the context of a diverse Canadian industry, the technology status in Canada and the national need. Includes 51-page bibliography. 400 refs., 14 tabs.}
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