Aerial Emissions Avoidance and Abatement (IChemE Approved)
Type of course in situ
Course provider The University of Manchester
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Aerial emissions are characterised with respect to particle size, molecular composition, environmental impact and contribution to sustainability. Emissions of dust, VOCs, SOx, NOx, “ozone depleters” (CFCs etc.) and “global warmers” (CO2 etc.) are critically examined for their impacts at the local, regional and global levels.
Methods for the assessment and avoidance of material emissions are discussed and evaluated including auditing, mass balance reconciliation, exclusion, and zero tolerance management.
Methods for abatement of impact are critically evaluated for their net benefit including adsorption and absorption, destruction and sequestration.
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School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester, PO Box 88,
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