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    Doosan Lentjes to attend integrated flue gas de-sulphurisation events in Serbia

    From 03 – 05 October, Doosan Lentjes will attend the 44th Air Protection 2016 Conference co-located with the 5th Symposium on Flue Gas Desulphurisation. Both events are taking place in Kladovo, Serbia.

    As a European Union (EU) candidate, Serbia is in the process of adapting to stringent EU emissions directives as per the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED). This directive requires energy production facilities to reduce emissions released during the combustion process to a minimum. Once Serbia’s EU membership application has been accepted, its sulphur dioxide emissions will need to be reduced to 50 mg/mn3 on an average daily basis and to 200 mg/mn3 on a 30 minutes average basis.

    As an experienced provider of proven flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) technologies, Doosan Lentjes is a reliable partner when it comes to the efficient reduction of sulphur dioxide emissions from the flue gas. Worldwide, more than 100 wet FGD and more than 50 dry Doosan Lentjes FGD applications help customers meet or exceed strict emissions requirements while ensuring a sustainable power generation from a wide range of fuel types.

    At the event, Doosan Lentjes looks forward to bringing advanced German FGD technology together with local clients who require reliable emissions reduction solutions according to stringent standards.
    From 03 – 05 October, Doosan Lentjes will attend the 44th Air Protection 2016 Conference co-located with the 5th Symposium on Flue Gas Desulphurisation. Both events are taking place in Kladovo, Serbia.

    As a European Union (EU) candidate, Serbia is in the process of adapting to stringent EU emissions directives as per the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED). This directive requires energy production facilities to reduce emissions released during the combustion process to a minimum. Once Serbia’s EU membership application has been accepted, its sulphur dioxide emissions will need to be reduced to 50 mg/mn3 on an average daily basis and to 200 mg/mn3 on a 30 minutes average basis.

    As an experienced provider of proven flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) technologies, Doosan Lentjes is a reliable partner when it comes to the efficient reduction of sulphur dioxide emissions from the flue gas. Worldwide, more than 100 wet FGD and more than 50 dry Doosan Lentjes FGD applications help customers meet or exceed strict emissions requirements while ensuring a sustainable power generation from a wide range of fuel types.

    At the event, Doosan Lentjes looks forward to bringing advanced German FGD technology together with local clients who require reliable emissions reduction solutions according to stringent standards.

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