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Mercury Issues

Continuous Mercury Monitoring with Hg Sorbent Traps!

Our first article in this series went into detail on why measuring mercury in emissions is…

Graph of Suppression of Hg Oxidation by Ammonia

Can Ammonia Impact Hg Control?

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) is a process where nitrogen oxides (NOx) are converted to diatomic nitrogen…
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Biogas/RNG Sampling Best Practices: Mercury Sampling and Analysis

o help alleviate some of these concerns and address common areas of confusion, Ohio Lumex is…

Does Flue-Gas Temperature Affect Hg Measurements?

Many of our customers have found Mercury Speciation Sorbent Traps to be an excellent tool for…
Missing the Point

Mercury Control Measurement … for Everyone Else

If you must reduce Hg, what should you evaluate to point you in the direction of…

114 Letter…Oh My!

Recently coal-fired utilities burning lignite were sent “114 letters” from the EPA requesting Mercury Emissions data….

Ohio Lumex Contributes to the “Continuous Emission Monitoring” Textbook, 3rd Edition

Our Senior Program Director, Alexandra Sipershteyn, recently contributed to the 3rd edition of “Continuous Emission Monitoring”…

VIDEO: Up! Up! Up! Is Your Hg Concentration Really Going Up? – EPRI 2022 Presentation

In May we attended the EPRI Continuous Emissions Monitoring User Group Meeting (CEMUG) in Indianapolis. In…

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Up! Up! Up! Is Your Hg Concentration Really Going Up? Part II

Last time we discussed High Hg upon Startup after a planned or unplanned outage. If you…

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Up! Up! Up! Is your Hg Concentration Really Going Up? Part 1

In the lead up to MATS and NESHAP, many were able to achieve mercury reductions as…
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