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Appendix F Alternative Flue Gas Cleaning Systems for Substances of Potential Concern
Pages 82-83

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... TYPES OF ADSORBENT MATERIAL The activated carbon chosen for evaluation in the experimental work performed by Mitretek was a coconut-shell carbon the same material used by the Army for ventilation air filters at chemical disposal facilities. The Army has indicated a preference for this type of carbon simply to avoid the need to stock various types.
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... This destruction level would be extremely difficult to demonstrate during normal operations, when the materials of most concern in the flue gas dioxins and furans would already be down to parts per trillion, or nondetectable levels. Measuring outlet concentrations of one-millionth of the already difficult-to-measure values would require sampling times longer than the facility operating life.

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