GLYCOL REBOILER EMISSIONS CONTROL PROCESS TESTED

08/23/1993
A process that combines proven technologies for maximum control of air pollutants from glycol dehydrators has been developed and undergone a successful prototype field experiment. Radian Corp., Austin, developed the process under contract to the Gas Research Institute (GRI), Chicago, for control of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene, commonly known as BTEX. The field experiment indicated that 98.4% of BTEX and other VOC emissions generated by the unit were removed. INDUSTRY CONCERN GIN,col dehydrators remove water from natural gas to prevent hydrate formation...
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