QD Sciences to Debut “Clean Stack” Technology in Turkey
February 21, 2012
QDS’s new TR-Ultra Clean Stack Plant, which the company claims “eliminates air pollution by removing and recovering more than 98% of all stack toxins while producing clean, metal-free CO2 sources for greenhouses, algae and biofuels.”
uantum Dynamic Sciences Inc. and QDS-Environmental Technology Inc., located in North Carolina, New Jersey, and Delaware, have announced the upcoming international testing of their TR-Ultra Clean Stack Plant™ technology at a demo plant in Izmir, Turkey on March 29, 2012.
THE QDS technology, according to the company, will successfully captured and hold, through a single process, pollutant chemical compounds including: CH4, CO, CO2, SO2, SO3, NO2, NO3, H2S (hydrogen sulfide), Mercury (Hg), volatile organic compounds (VOC), haloflurocarbons, HO (hydroxide), Aldehit (H-CHO), Hydrogen Fluoride (HF), Trifluoromethane (HFC-23), phosphor (P), lead, SnO2 micro crystals, (Cl2), Vinyl Chloride (C2H3Cl) and sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), particulate matter, odor etc.
Scientists and engineers are being invited to the demo plant to examine the technology, which claims to:
- Remove fly ash and particular matter 99.99%
- Remove all the toxins from stack minimum 98%
- Obtain clean CO2 to use in greenhouses and algae growths farms
- After removing ethanol from algae, obtain hydrogen gas from waste algae as secondary fuel
- Obtain clean and molecular sizes carbon powder for numerous industries
- Turn filtered waste into useful fertilizer, when enriched by pure nitrogen
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