Others

Combining sorbent injection for mercury control with other technologies for NOx and/or SO x removal represents another multipollutant control option [98]. Many companies are exploring sorbent and chemical injection techniques that can remove mercury at reasonable costs, including Sorbent Technologies Corporation, ADA-Environmental Solutions, URS Corporation, EPRI, and Alstom Power; universities such as the University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center and Penn State University; and federal agencies such as the DOE's National Energy Technology Laboratory.

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