fugitive air

fugitive air

[¦fyü·jəd·iv ′er]
(mining engineering)
Air which moves through the ventilation fan but never reaches the mine workings.
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Tenders are invited forMonitoring of stack emission ambient fugitive air fork lift and drinking water
The media of release contributing the greatest to the total statewide model scores for most cancer-specific carcinogen groups were fugitive air emissions and point (or stack) air emissions.
Any operational or maintenance procedure that reduces the occurrence of process upsets or equipment failures that result in fugitive air contamination should be acknowledged as a control measure.
When compared with the more traditional submerged combustion vaporization technique, Mustang says the SAV technology provides major reductions in fugitive air emissions (up to 100% under certain ambient conditions), and substantially lowers facility operating costs (through significantly reduced fuel gas usage).
If you wanted to, you could focus in so narrowly as to say 'I'm interested in who's being affected by fugitive air releases of benzene from a particular refinery,'" Hassur says.
The Buncombe County Solid Waste Management Facility, in Asheville, North Carolina, will launch a bioreactor and gas recovery landfill system that involves constructing an alternative liner system to collect fugitive air emissions, adding controlled quantities of liquid, and circulating the liquid through waste.
vaporization and fugitive air emissions from factory plants causing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions
Industrial services include remedial oversight, fugitive air programs and solid waste and wastewater management.