PTT selects technologies that can reduce air pollution from the source, including the installation of the Dry Low NOx Emission (DLE) system, as well as bringing in internationally-accepted Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) pollution treatment system to control the air quality released to the environment. These actions reduce the environmental impacts and control the air quality as required by law.
In addition, PTT has also taken steps to reduce and prevent the leakage of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the source by checking and measuring the amount of leakage of VOCs from the equipment continuously, using infrared cameras and a photo-ionized gas detector in accordance with international measurement standards. This allows immediate control of leakage from their points of origin. Moreover, PTT also uses the Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS) which will send online air quality measurement data to the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand. In addition, the air quality simulation is used to assess the dispersion of pollutants to different receiving stations to monitor and develop plans for environmental impact reduction from air emissions.
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