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Comanche Station Units Case Study

Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) dry flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems feature a combination of design components to provide a level of reliability and sulfur dioxide (SO2) removal efficiencies that are among the highest in the industry.

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Hatfield’s Ferry Station Case Study

The wet flue gas desulfurization (FGD) system from Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) features a combination of design components to provide a high level of reliability and removal efficiencies. These include B&W's signature dual tray tower design that provides excellent gas-to-liquid contact and uniform flow distribution through the absorber spray zones; its patented inlet awning; interspatial headers to reduce absorber height, pump power requirements, and internal support costs; forced oxidation system; a

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San Juan Generating Station Case Study

Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) provides cost-effective control of particulate emissions and opacity with our proven pulse jet and reverse air fabric filter technologies. We have provided some of the largest fabric filters in the world. Innovative design features such as long bag technology, integral gas and dust distribution devices, as well as online maintenance capability provide benefits of increased reliability while achieving lower emissions.

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Chalk Point, Dickerson and Morgantown Case Study

Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) supplied wet flue gas desulfurization (FGD) equipment to provide sulfur dioxide (SO2) removal efficiency of 98% of total gas flow. This design features a combination of components to provide a high level of reliability and removal efficiencies. These include a milling system, absorber towers, trays, spray headers, nozzles, mist eliminators, wash headers and forced oxidation.

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Palm Beach Renewable Waste-to-Energy Facility Case Study

PBREF No. 1 was awarded the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 2009 Large Waste-to-Energy Facility Recognition Award for outstanding performance among facilities in North America.

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Likeng II: Guangzhou, China Case Study

Babcock & Wilcox Vølund’s license partner Grantop (Guangzhou Environment Protection Investment Co. Ltd.) has completed the Likeng II waste-to-energy plant in Guangzhou, China. The plant is one of the largest Chinese waste-to-energy plants and it is specifically designed for Chinese waste. This includes the waste characteristics with high moisture and low calorific value.

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Palm Beach Renewable Energy Facility Case Study

Ranking as the cleanest, most efficient plant of its kind in the world, this engineered, designed, procured and constructed WtE facility reduces landfill volume by 90%.

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Nordforbrænding: WtE Case Study

New combined heat- and power-producing WtE line designed for burning 10 tonnes of waste per hour increases energy efficiency from 70% to 99%.

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Multifuel-Fired CHP Plant Case Study

Måbjergværket is the first CHP plant in Denmark to use a fuel combination consisting of waste, wood chips, straw and natural gas. Måbjergværket supplies the approx. 55.000 inhabitants of the cities of Struer and Holstebro with direct heating.

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Biomass Boilers WtE Case Study

Babcock & Wilcox Renewable (B&W) designed, manufactured and commissioned two biomass boilers for the Skærbækværket power plant in Denmark. The project allows the combined heating and power plant to supply approximately 60,000 households with clean and reliable district heating and electricity while reducing carbon emissions.

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