Add-on Control DeviceMeaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Add-on Control Device?
An air pollution control device such as carbon absorber or incinerator that reduces the pollution in an exhaust gas. The control device usually does not affect the process being controlled and thus is "add-on" technology, as opposed to a scheme to control pollution through altering the basic process itself.
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Air Pollution Control Device BACT Best Available Control Technology Best Available Control Measures BACM Best Available Control Technology BACT Biological Control Command-and-Control Regulations Control Technique Guidelines Controlled Reaction Engineered Controls
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