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Alliant Energy

Year Submitted: 2006

Process: Coal Combustion

Industry: Energy Production

Wastes Reduced: Nitrogen Oxide

Location: Clinton IA

No. of employees: 5,000

Contact: Anvar Nasritdinov

Phone: 1-800-255-4268



Description:

Control and the reduction of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and other combustion byproducts.

P2 Application:

Balancing coal flow in pipes by correcting stoichiometric ratios and adjusting secondary air around the coal flow will result in NOx reduction.

Details of Reductions

Additional Information :

Alliant Energy provides electric, natural gas, water, and steam services to more than 1.2 million customers in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Source: P2RIC



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