In innumerable cases of contaminated soil hazard or injury due to depot gas must be reckoned with. In the course of necessary sanitation measures recourse must very frequently also be taken to the method of thermal disposal of the gases (deodorization). As depot gas always contains, along with CH4, CO2, and air, also trace substances such as hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons and hydrogen sulphide, emissions occur after incineration, in addition to CO2, H2O and surplus air, of HCl, HF and SO2 as well as of CO and unincinerated residues of organic compounds. In addition there is a possibility of formation of substances like PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) and PCDD/PCDF (dioxin/furane).
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- Experiences with Thermal Disposal of Gases from Contaminated Soil
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