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Registration ends Monday, November 4th

Industrial Emission Directive (IED): European Legislation, State of Art of best practices for emission reduction and monitoring, combustion optimization

Speakers: Walter Battaglia, Damiano Marchese, SSV Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro, Italy.

The course will be held in English, no translation service is provided.

Speaker: Walter Battaglia from 10:00 to 13:00 (20 minutes break included)

  1. Gaseous emissions sources and best available techniques (BAT) for their reduction
  2. Emission monitoring: Continuous and discontinuous analysis

Speaker: Damiano Marchese: from 14:00 to 17:00 (20 minutes break included)

  1. Methodology and integrated techniques in glass furnace monitoring:
    • Combustion engineering and optimization (primary techniques)
    • Energy Balance
    • Sulphate and chlorine Balance
    • Carry over
  2. Secondary treatment techniques

In the last years, the awareness about the environment is increased: the consequences is that the laws concerning emissions and pollutions are becoming more restrictive. The challenge for a glass manufacturer is to respect the laws while maintaining unchanged quality standards of the glass produced.

In order to reach this goals, it is important to be updated on European Legislation. The IPPC regulations will be replaced in the near future with a new directive for industries and power plants in the European Union, the Industry Emissions Directive (IED).

The course will address European Legislation, its various interpretation and future development. In order to comply these laws there are many strategies that could be adopted, these abatement techniques and best practices for glass manufacturers are described in BAT document which will be discussed and explained in detail.

It’s indispensable an integrated approach, which includes combustion optimization and all the others abatement techniques, in order to achieve environmental and quality goals.

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