Lehigh Cement Reduces Hg Emissions with Activated Carbon

On June 3, the Lehigh Permanente Cement Company, located in Cupertino, California, announced the launch of a new system to reduce mercury emissions at the plant by ninety percent.  The system utilizes a powdered activated carbon (PAC) injection system to capture the mercury and ultimately trap it in the resultant concrete.



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