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    Uditha Kohowala

    Uditha Kohowala, B.Sc. Engineering (Hons)

    Managing Director

    Sigma Technologies

    Sigma Technologies

    Stack Hieght calculation for hazard fume

    Hi

    reclaim rubber process , generate hazard fume (napthelne) , generally we do extaract from all machines and discharge stack through atomsphere. (stack height is more than 175 ft) , principle is dialution , so any expert agree with this method or what is the best method ?

    Regrads
    uditha
    uditha

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    Unhappy UN Regulations

    MSDS sheets contain the following statement:

    Avoid release to the environment.

    Dilution of a hazard is not an excuse: stack height calculation seems irrelevant.
    John Gateley
    johngateley@hotmail.com
    www.the-credible-bulk.com

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    Uditha Kohowala

    Uditha Kohowala, B.Sc. Engineering (Hons)

    Managing Director

    Sigma Technologies

    Sigma Technologies
    Thanks Mr. John

    but in local (sri lanka) goverment may be allowed dilution ,espically Asian countries difficult to treat due to economic barriers
    so very sad situation

    regards
    uditha
    uditha

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    Talking Profit Going Begging.

    I was watching a video yesterday which demonstrated how Michelin are using recycled tires for porous paving. The site chosen was the Yellowstone National Park, California. If that park management see a viable environmental advantage in recycled rubber paving it is going to go places. The paving is so popular that nobody is concerned that Michelin get the scrap for next to nothing & make even more money the second time around. Maybe your client could also make money if his process improved.
    Economic barriers are there to be collapsed! Good luck.
    John Gateley
    johngateley@hotmail.com
    www.the-credible-bulk.com

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    Uditha Kohowala

    Uditha Kohowala, B.Sc. Engineering (Hons)

    Managing Director

    Sigma Technologies

    Sigma Technologies
    Quote Originally Posted by johngateley View Post
    I was watching a video yesterday which demonstrated how Michelin are using recycled tires for porous paving. The site chosen was the Yellowstone National Park, California. If that park management see a viable environmental advantage in recycled rubber paving it is going to go places. The paving is so popular that nobody is concerned that Michelin get the scrap for next to nothing & make even more money the second time around. Maybe your client could also make money if his process improved.
    Economic barriers are there to be collapsed! Good luck.
    Thank you , actually they right now make rubber tile for play grounds , paving blocks etc
    there process reclaim tyre (sizing , grinding , de vaulcanizing )

    this process generate nepthelene , mercaptons of tyre this fume they will be release to atompsphre around 200 ft height(with out treat , trating cost is very higher than income)

    regards
    uditha
    uditha

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