1994 Rasul Chemical Investigations of the emission of selected fertilizer industries

The urea fertilizer industry releases CO2 and traces of NH3 into the environment in the form of flue gases, while other serious pollutants are absent in the flue gases. The phosphatic fertilizer industry releases most of the serious pollutants in relatively greater quantity especially SO2 and CO. This trend if not checked properly in time may eventually lead to problem like green house effect and acid deposition in the surrounding localities.
 
 
 

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