The celluguard® technology is dedicated for coal-fired power stations, heat and power plants, mines and facilities that struggle with a problem of secondary dust emissions of gasiform substances at landfills. The method consists in a hydrodynamic application of a flexible, reinforced and liquid coating to dust-emitting surfaces. In comparison to traditional methods the company Agata offers a much cheaper, more durable and a fully environmentally sound solution.
The celluguard® technology constitutes an innovative solution to a problem of secondary dust emissions at landfills of different kinds of dust-emitting raw materials. The method provides a possibility to neutralise the following substances: combustion by-products (fly ashes and slag), mine dumps (aggregates and minerals), post-flotation ore waste, dust-generating railway wagons, furnace waste, sedimentary sludge, coal dumps, street dust. The method is decidedly cheaper than other technologies used on the market to date, both in terms of its purchase costs as well as it operational costs, as the security measures against secondary dust emissions need to be undertaken only once a year. Moreover, these measures guarantee a longer-lasting protection in comparison to traditional methods such as water sprays and a better protection of bituminous masses due to the eco-reinforced coating. As a result the protective layer on the surface is durable, flexible and resistant to various weather conditions. In addition, it can also be applied on slanted surfaces such as escarpments or embankments.
Avantages of the solution:
- The highest protection efficiency due to eco-reinfocement
- Four degrees of protection durability: 1, 3, 6 and 12 months
- Environment-friendly, biodegradable technology
- Improvement of air quality in the vicinity of landfillls
- Elimination of unpleasant odours at landfills
- Protection and monitoring of water and wind induced soil erosion
- Simple and one-off application
- Important water savings
The celluguard® technology has been approved by leading companies in Poland. It was delivered among others to the post-flotation waste reservoir of KGHM Polska Miedź S. A., the slag and sludge landfill ENEA in Świerże and Połaniec, the post-production waste landfill in the Michelin Tyre Manufacturing Plant in Olsztyn, mining waste dumps at TAURON Wydobycie, mines and quaries of LAFARGE as well as to numerous sea ports of discharge.