51 countries of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) are parties to the convention for cooperation and measures to limit and gradually reduce air pollution. This includes EU Member States, Canada, United States and several Central Asian countries.
The 1999 Protocol to reduce acidification, eutrophication and tropospheric ozone also known as the "Gothenburg Protocol", was approved by the Council, on behalf of the EU and it has been transposed into EU law.
Reduction techniques consist of the reduction of nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in the presence of oxygen, to produce water vapour and gaseous dinitrogen. The reducing agents used are mainly ammonia (NH3) or Urea.
The reduction can be done at two temperature levels: around 950 ℃ without catalyst by non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) or around 300 ℃ with catalyst by selective catalytic reduction (SCR), as in cars, trucks, agricultural machines and work machines.
Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) involves the injection of ammonia water, ammonia precursor compounds or urea solution into the flue gas to reduce NO & NO2. The reaction is optimal between 830 and 1050 ° C.
LAT Nitrogen is supplying key players that are involved in waste treatment. LAT Nitrogen’s customers are recognized worldwide references as industrial service groups managing natural resources as water consumption & treatment, energy from waste, waste recovery used as secondary raw materials. In this field, they are managing numerous waste incinerator plants often in urban areas.
From the collection of thousands of tons of waste, the local incinerator processes all the waste and do the DeNOx with Ammonia water from LAT Nitrogen. Connected to the heat network, those plants are supplying electricity and is warming more than 8000 residential establishments and also hospitals, schools & nurseries.
Customers appreciate LAT Nitrogen as a strong and reliable partner as regular and on time deliveries are essentials for them.