Fumes to Fertilizer: Smart Gas Purification Makes Fertilizer From Industrial Emissions

Netherlands First Market World-wide for Novel Adsorption Technology
By: Krajete GmbH
 
PASCHING, Austria - Dec. 1, 2021 - PRLog -- An efficient process for producing fertilizer from industrial emitted nitrogen oxides will be launched for the first time in The Netherlands. Based on an adsorption technology developed by the Austrian company Krajete GmbH, the proprietary technology has been previously optimized and tested together with large European car manufacturers. A maintenance free filter made of an aluminium silicate mineral forms the heart of the technology. It efficiently binds nitrogen oxides so that they can be collected with little effort and be used to produce fertilizers for agriculture.

A booming industry means billows of fumes and harmful emissions. Although CO2 currently takes center stage in that context, nitrogen oxides (NOx) are just as harmful. Not only are they a significant source of particulate matter, but additionally they contribute to climate change via their conversion into ozone. For their reduction many sophisticated and complex technologies have been developed. A much simpler and more efficient way has been developed by the Austrian Krajete GmbH together with renown European car manufacturers. Now its adsorption technology will be optimized for the use at large industrial plants – and be used as base for nitrogen fertilizer production.

A booming industry means billows of fumes and harmful emissions. Although CO2 currently takes center stage in that context, nitrogen oxides (NOx) are just as harmful. Not only are they a significant source of particulate matter, but additionally they contribute to climate change via their conversion into ozone. For their reduction many sophisticated and complex technologies have been developed. A much simpler and more efficient way has been developed by the Austrian Krajete GmbH together with renown European car manufacturers. Now its adsorption technology will be optimized for the use at large industrial plants – and be used as base for nitrogen fertilizer production.

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Dr. Alexander Krajete

Prinz Eugen Str. 66

4061 Pasching, Austria

T +43 699 172 668 20

E info@krajete.com

W http://www.krajete.com

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