Removal of Sulfur Oxides by Scrubber Systems

I have to select a pollutant..I chose Sulfur Oxides (S02) ..I have to research how the scrubber systems remove and/or reduce this pollutant. I have to use the information I have attached and at least one or two web sites…not Wikipedia. I have to also reference my sources. I do not have to reference the paper I am attaching. I found this web site with a lot of good info…you may find another
https://www.duke-energy.com/our-company/environment/air-quality/sulfur-dioxide-scrubbers I have to answer these questions in my paper: What Pollutant did I select (Sulfur Oxides ) What is the technology that I selected (Scrubber Systems) What industry is it for? How does it work? Is it being used now or a new technology? Are there any usefull byproducts resulting from the removal process? Any other information pertinent to the polluntant you selected.

The tremendous growth in industrialization has led to the burning of fossil fuels, which in return release Sulfur Oxides into the environment. Sulfur Oxides are toxic gases that threaten the natural ecosystem. Flue gas desulfurization (FDG), commonly known as the scrubber method is one of the numerous efforts aimed at prevention and removal of growing levels of sulfur oxides in our environment. Desulfurization as a technique has existed since the 1850s (Theodore and Theodore 65). However, the scrubber systems have developed and evolved through the 20th and 21st century into different categories. Wet and dry scrubbers are the most common classes of FDG. The scrubber technology is a proven and an effective methodology of removing sulfur that is common in most industries and countries throughout the world. The process of desulfurization differs between wet scrubber and dry scrubber systems. The dry scrubber system produces a solid end product, while the wet scrubber system produces a liquid in the form of end products. The dry scrubber system, the flue gas is mixed with an alkaline solution…

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