In a coal processing plant, pollutants generation is an inevitable challenge due to the nature of coal handling and processing operations. Throughout the coal supply chain, from mining to transportation and storage, coal particles become airborne, contributing to the formation of coal dust. Moreover, during the grinding and pulverizing processes in the coal mill, fine particles are released, adding to the overall dust load.
The impact of dust generation extends beyond the plant premises. Wind and other external factors can carry dust particles into the surrounding areas, potentially causing air pollution and health concerns for nearby communities. Therefore, effective pollutants control measures, such as employing bag filters, are essential not only for safety within the plant but also for environmental compliance and community well-being.