CO: Carbon Monoxide is reduced by controlling the rate of combustion and ensuring complete combustion. This is achieved by using a 2-chamber process with temperatures between 850°C and 1,000°C, high turbulence, and long retention times.
NOx: Oxides of Nitrogen is reduced by using modern burners, whilst additionally controlling the input of air and temperature to ensure low NOx formation. Residue NOx is removed by the gas scrubber.
Heavy Metals and Dioxins: Heavy metals, along with Dioxins and Furans are scrubbed from flue gasses using an adsorbent. A dry scrubber is used, resulting in no water usage and no impact on the environment.
Particle Matter: Particle matter is removed using a Ceramic Filtration Plant. This removes over 98% of the particle matter.