Emission measurements and degradation of solvent from waste incineration plant Amager Resource Centre (ARC), CO2 capture pilot campaign

6 Pages Posted: 9 Nov 2022 Last revised: 18 Nov 2022

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Randi Neerup

Technical University of Denmark

Vasiliki Gkiritzioni

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Sai Hema Bhavya Vinjarapu

Technical University of Denmark

Anders Hellerup Larsen

Technical University of Denmark - Center for Energy Resource Engineering (CERE)

Valdemar Emil Rasmussen

Technical University of Denmark

Christina M. Andersen

FORCE Technology

Lars K. Gram

FORCE Technology

Karsten Fuglsang

FORCE Technology

Jonas Nedenskov

Amager Resource Center

Jannik Kappel

Amager Resource Center

Jens Kristian Jørsboe

Technical University of Denmark - Center for Energy Resource Engineering (CERE)

Søren Jensen

Pentair Union Engineering

Jakob Karlsson

Pentair Union Engineering

Peter Blinksbjerg

Amager Resource Center

Henrik Lassen

Amager Resource Center

Sebastian Nis Bay Villadsen

Technical University of Denmark - Department of Chemical Engineering

Philip Loldrup Fosbøl

Technical University of Denmark

Date Written: November 8, 2022

Abstract

The waste-to-energy plant, Amager Resource Centre (ARC) emits yearly 600,000 tons of CO2, which creates the perfect opportunity for adapting the carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Denmark. 60-70% of the carbon are biogenic in nature. The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has currently been operating a mobile pilot plant that captures CO2 from the exhaust gas at ARC. This work evaluates an initial emissions and solvent degradation campaign from the cleaned gas coming from the absorber and acid wash section on the pilot plant. This work presents a liquid analysis of the solvent degradation related to corrosion. The results are based on a pilot campaign using the benchmark solvent 30 wt% monoethanolamine (MEA). The campaign was performed at Amager Bakke, ARC, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Keywords: Emissions, CO2 corrosion, Solvent degradation, Nitrosamine, Waste-to-energy, CO2 capture

Suggested Citation

Neerup, Randi and Gkiritzioni, Vasiliki and Vinjarapu, Sai Hema Bhavya and Larsen, Anders Hellerup and Rasmussen, Valdemar Emil and Andersen, Christina M. and Gram, Lars K. and Fuglsang, Karsten and Nedenskov, Jonas and Kappel, Jannik and Kristian Jørsboe, Jens and Jensen, Søren and Karlsson, Jakob and Blinksbjerg, Peter and Lassen, Henrik and Villadsen, Sebastian Nis Bay and Fosbøl, Philip Loldrup, Emission measurements and degradation of solvent from waste incineration plant Amager Resource Centre (ARC), CO2 capture pilot campaign (November 8, 2022). Proceedings of the 16th Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference (GHGT-16) 23-24 Oct 2022, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4271760 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4271760

Randi Neerup (Contact Author)

Technical University of Denmark ( email )

Anker Engelunds Vej 1
Building 101A
Lyngby, 2800
Denmark

Vasiliki Gkiritzioni

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Sai Hema Bhavya Vinjarapu

Technical University of Denmark ( email )

Søltofts Plads, Building 229
Kongens
Denmark
91621557 (Phone)

Anders Hellerup Larsen

Technical University of Denmark - Center for Energy Resource Engineering (CERE) ( email )

Valdemar Emil Rasmussen

Technical University of Denmark

Anker Engelunds Vej 1
Building 101A
Lyngby, 2800
Denmark

Christina M. Andersen

FORCE Technology

Denmark

Lars K. Gram

FORCE Technology

Denmark

Karsten Fuglsang

FORCE Technology

Denmark

Jonas Nedenskov

Amager Resource Center

Denmark

Jannik Kappel

Amager Resource Center

Denmark

Jens Kristian Jørsboe

Technical University of Denmark - Center for Energy Resource Engineering (CERE)

Søltofts Plads, Building 229
Kongens
Denmark

Søren Jensen

Pentair Union Engineering

Snaremosevej 27
Fredericia, 7000
Denmark

Jakob Karlsson

Pentair Union Engineering

Snaremosevej 27
Fredericia, 7000
Denmark

Peter Blinksbjerg

Amager Resource Center

Denmark

Henrik Lassen

Amager Resource Center

Denmark

Sebastian Nis Bay Villadsen

Technical University of Denmark - Department of Chemical Engineering

Søltofts Plads, Building 229
Kongens
Denmark

Philip Loldrup Fosbøl

Technical University of Denmark ( email )

Anker Engelunds Vej 1
Building 101A
Lyngby, 2800
Denmark

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