Sustaining Compliance Across Operating Scenarios

Emissions standards are pushing plant owners and operators to do more with less. You may be facing complex, urgent, and expensive decisions to meet a compliance deadline. Or, maybe you were in compliance but need help sustaining compliance or need to get back into compliance. When planning for sustained emissions compliance, it is important to take into consideration the entire plant system and its operational goals. This approach allows for cost-effective solutions to be discovered, and often there are much less expensive and time-intensive solutions than what was originally planned.

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Our experts understand the interplay of plant production, air pollution control systems, and other variables in the process. We know how gains in one area can impact another and, ultimately, pollutant removal. Through considering various scenarios, taking into account fluctuating conditions, and understanding your operational objectives, we can co-create a plan that gets you the lowest cost per unit of air pollutant removal while making efficiency gains and cost reductions along the way.

Effective air pollutant removal doesn’t start and end with the air pollution control equipment.

What We Do

We do this by reviewing and modeling the entire plant system, understanding your production and operational goals, and evaluating trade-offs between operations, budget, and emissions so that you know you are making the right decisions.

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Reliable, More Effective Granular Sulfur Feeder

Duke Energy

When Duke Energy's Allen Steam Station started upgrades to the granular sulfur feed system for three of its units, the utility partnered with Neundorfer to reduce emissions and improve reliability. ...

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"We've spent $0 in maintenance and no downtime attributed to the sulfur feed system since the improvements were made on each unit."

Jerry Ruc

Plant Engineer, Duke Energy Allen Station

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