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    What is SCR and When Do I Use it?

    Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) is a term used in the air pollution control industry for the process of  selectively targeting a pollutant to remove that pollutant from an exhaust stream. The most common pollutant that is controlled through a SCR process is nitrogen oxide (NOx). While there are many catalysts that can selectively target a number of compounds, the content of this blog will focus on SCR technologies for the reduction of NOx. 

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, Catalytic Oxidizer, Blog, SCR

    Solving some of the world’s greatest challenges

    Congratulations on the completion of the biorefinery in Nevada, Iowa!

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    Topics: Chemical Industry, Blog, SCR, Renewable Fuel

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