Air decontamination program: we recently developed a system able to abate the most common pollutants present in the air, such as VOCs (volatile organic compounds), NH3 (ammonia) and odors.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) are released in the atmosphere mainly by the production and the use of solvents, by transport, energy and waste sectors. VOCs have negative effects on human health (respiratory illnesses, cancer, toxic to reproduction) and on the environment (crop and vegetation damages, greenhouse gases).
Conventional VOCs control systems are thermal and catalytic oxidizers (huge investment and operating costs, by-products emissions) and adsorption technology based on activated carbon filters.
GRINP technology permits a sustainable, by-products-free and low energy-demanding VOCs removal. Our system guarantees Low CO2 emissions, no special waste, low energy consumption, low investment, and low operating costs.
Atmospheric nitrogen pollution primarily consists of emissions of nitrogen oxides from industry and transport and emissions of ammonia from agriculture. The most common NH3 control system is the chemical washing (scrubber) requires wastewater disposal. GRINP technology permits a sustainable, water-free and waste-free NH3 removal that doesn’t require the use of water and doesn’t produce any special waste.
Odor emission is a growing issue, especially in the livestock farm, animal-waste treatment, oil-shale industry, restaurants, and public places. Currently, there are few odor abatement technologies available and the most used are chemical washing (scrubber) and bio-filtration, but they produce wastewater or special waste.
GRINP technology permits a sustainable, acids-free, water-free and waste-free odor removal