What kind of pollution does a biomass burner emit? - PFPI

Carbon emissions from burning biomass for energy

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Carbon emissions from burning biomass for energy

Biomass burners commonly emit ten tons or more of the acid gases and from one to five tons of organics each year. Even "clean wood" – that is, forestry-derived wood, as opposed to construction and demolition debris – emits these chemicals when burned. Burning clean wood also emits non-negligible amounts of heavy metals.

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EPA's Boiler MACT: Controlling Emissions of Hazardous Air

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CHP Emissions Calculator - US EPA

EPA proposed the regulations because it has found, based on emissions data, that boilers (including coal-fired and biomass-fired boilers) are major sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). The Clean Air Act defines a major source as any facility that emits 10 tons or more of a single listed HAP or 25 tons of any combination of HAPs annually.

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Assessment of the Emissions and Energy Impacts of Biomass

Consequently, the change in carbon density from converting forestland to cropland would be -84.72 metric tons of C/hectare/year of biomass plus -3.60 metric tons C/hectare/year of soil C, minus 10.26 metric tons C/hectare/year from drained organic soils, equaling a total loss of 98.5 metric tons C/hectare/year (or -39.89 metric tons C/acre/year

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What kind of pollution does a biomass burner emit? - PFPI

What kind of pollution does a biomass burner emit? - PFPI

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Greenhouse Gases Equivalencies Calculator - Calculations

Biomass Conversion to Electricity

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