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Environmental impacts of amine-based CO2 post combustion capture (PCC) process. Deliverable 4.2: Determination of the fate of PCC emissions into the atmosphere

5th July 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 capture, Health, safety and environment

This report is concerned with research performed as one of the five activities of the project funded by ANLEC R&D entitled “Environmental Impacts of Amine-based CO2 Post Combustion Capture (PCC) Process”.

This report is project deliverable 4.2 which details research undertaken as Activity 4: Determination of the fate of PCC emissions in the atmosphere. Outcomes from this work were used to perform a dispersion modelling scenario (deliverable 4.3) for the anticipated emissions from a black coal-fired power station retrofitted with an MEA-based CO2 capture plant.

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Environmental impacts of amine-based CO2 post combustion capture (PCC) process. Deliverable 4.2: Determination of the fate of PCC emissions into the atmosphere

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