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11. FLUE GAS NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEM/ AIR POLLUTION CONTROL FOR COAL POWER PLANTS, STEEL MILLS, CEMENT PLANTS & CHEMICAL PLANTS

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In 1963/1964 I designed an addition (module) to a coal fired electric power plant located in Cudahy, a suburb of Milwaukee, for Wisconsin Electric Power Company.  In 1978 I had a meeting with the Vice President of Engineering from Wisconsin Electric Power Co. and I discussed my air pollution control system for electric power plants.  This Vice President was very interested in my design.  He stated that he already committed himself for the purchase of $13 million of electrostatic precipitators, even though they do not work, and still spew out 1 ton per hour of particulates.  The electrostatic precipitators were the only air pollution control systems available, and by law he was required to install them.  He stated that if I had a small working model, then he certainly would consider my air pollution control system.  

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At that time there was no way that I could afford or spend the time to build a small-scale model.  As I knew most steel fabricators in Milwaukee, the possibility of building a model and to conduct the required testing were very remote, and impossible.  The American Coal Association in Washington, D.C. was of no help either.  A company in Visalia, California was interested in building my design, but when obtaining federal research and development funds, our work becomes public property, and large corporations simply take over our research and market our air pollution control system.  All our hard work would be wasted.  This company went out of business a short time later. 

I also made important new product disclosures to several companies and employers, only to be laid off from my job, because I was considered a dangerous person with bright ideas who would excel beyond their company operations.  My determined efforts to obtain research and development funds for all these products and projects were sabotaged in one-way, or another. 

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Air Pollution Control for Coal Power Plants,

Foundries, Steel Mills, Chemical Plants

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The following diagram of the AIR POLLUTION CONTROL & COLLECTION SYSTEM shows the basic concept only.  The Main Treatment Chamber configuration and the chemical treatment process changes according to the chemical composition, volume of particulates and the temperature of the exhaust gases..

The above Air Pollution Control System is typical for a Coal Fired Electric Power Plant.  The entire system changes according to the exhaust velocity, chemical composition and application for Coal Fired Electric Power Plants, Steel Mills, Foundries, Chemical Plants, et cetera. 

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Air Pollution Control System Plan View

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Letter to Foreign Investment Agency Canada 1981 Page 1 and 2

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Foreign Investment Agency, Canada, 9/1981

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Reagan is spying on Americans, 8/1981


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