Remediation of monoethanolamine after exposure to brown coal flue gases
J Lim, A Aguiar, A Reynolds, P Pearson, SE Kentish, E Meuleman
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GREENHOUSE GAS CONTROL | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2015
The authors acknowledge the financial support provided by the Australian Government through its Cooperative Research Centre programme and that provided directly through Australian National Low Emissions Coal Research Development (ANLEC R&D). ANLEC R&D is supported by Australian Coal Association Low Emission Technology Limited and the Australian Government through the Clean Energy Initiative. The authors also wish to acknowledge financial assistance provided through Brown Coal Innovation Australia (BCIA). BCIA is a private member-based company with funding contracts through ANLEC R&D and the Victorian State Government Department of Sustainable Development and Business Innovation. Alicia Reynolds acknowledges the provision of a BCIA research scholarship, an Australian Postgraduate Award scholarship and support from AGL Loy Yang for her Ph.D. research on post-combustion capture of CO<INF>2</INF>.