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MEC6

MEC6
22-24 April 2009
City Hotel, Ljubljana, Slovenia

DAY 1 - Wednesday 22nd April

SESSION 1: EMISSIONS AND LEGISLATION
CO-CHAIRED BY: JOZEF PACYNA AND HARALD THORWARTH

Global Emission of Mercury to the Atmosphere from Anthropogenic Sources in 2005 and its Future Projection Until 2020
Jozef Pacyna, CEE/NILU, Norway

Mercury Emission Inventory in Japan
Hiroshi Moritomi, University of Gifu, Japan

Mercury in the Energy Sector in Croatia
Zdravko Spiric, Oikon,  Croatia

Current Status in USA
Sharon McGee, Albemarle Corporation, USA

Simple, Fast and Precise Mercury Determination in Combustion Plants
Nikolay Mashyanov, Lumex Analytics, Russia

Solving the Practical Challenges in Developing a Mercury CEM: System Manufacturer’s Viewpoint
 Ilkaa Salomaa, Timo Rajamaki, Gasmet Technologies Oy, Finland
 

SESSION 2: MERCURY BEHAVIOUR AND CONTROL
CO-CHAIRED BY: NICK HUTSON AND  HIROSHI MORITOMI

The Role of Fuels in Mercury Mass Flows and Cycling Processes in Cement Clinker Production
Tanja Ljubic Mlakar, SALONT ANHOVO

Mercury Emission Monitoring During Co-Firing of Waste in a Semi-Industrial Combustion Chamber
Jens Korell, Firschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany

Control of SO2, Nox And Hg in a Multi-Pollutant Scrubber
Nick Hutson, US EPA, USA

Impact of Mercury Control Technologies on Selenium Emissions and Fate in Coal Combustion by-Products
Connie Senior, Reaction Engineering, USA

Advanced Systems (AQCS) for Controlling Mercury
Hirofumi Kikkawa, Kure Research Laboratory, Japan

Full-Scale Test Results from A 600 MW PRB-Fired Unit Using Alsom´S KNXTM Technology for Mercury Emissions Control
Michael Rini, Alstom, USA

Evaluation of Trace Metal and Halogen Release from Coal Combustion By-Products 
John Pavlish, EERC, USA

DAY 2 - Thursday 23rd April

SESSION 3: MERCURY CAPTURE 
CO-CHAIRED BY: ANDREW O’PALKO AND TAKAHISA YOKOYAMA

Mercury Adsorption and Removal Affected By Flue Gas Components and Fly Ash And Ca(OH)2 Adsorbents
Yufeng Duan, Southern University, China

Effect of Hcl and SO2 Concentration in Simulated Coal Combustion Flue Gas on Elemental Mercury Removal by Activated Carbon
Azhar Uddin, Okayama University, Japan

Predicting the Impact Of SO3 On Hg Removal By Carbon Sorbents
Stephen Niksa, Niksa Energy Associates, USA

Removal of Elemental Mercury in Wet FGD Equipment
Andrej Stergarsek, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia 
 

DAY 3 – Friday 24th April

SESSION 4: MERCURY CONTROL – THE GLOBAL APPROACH AND UNEP
CO-CHAIRED BY: LESLEY SLOSS AND GUNNAR FUTSAETER

United Nations Environment Programme Global Mercury Programme
Gunnar Futsaeter, UNEP Chemicals Branch/DTIE, Switzerland

 
 
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