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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.Get A Quote
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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.Get A Quote
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/yearGet A Quote
What kind of pollution does a biomass burner emit? - PFPIGet A Quote
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