Archive for June 2013

Gas-Phase Option for NOx abatement

Robert Richardson and PRDD are mentioned in this article about Gas-Phase option for NOx abatement.

Read about it here on page 12 of Chemical Engineering Magazine!

(Article by Scott Jenkins in the Chementator section)

Controlling Air Pollutants :: Chemical Engineering

Controlling Air Pollutants :: Chemical Engineering.

Dr. Richardson and Know-NOx are mentioned/quoted in this article by Joy Lepree of Chemical Engineering Magazine.

A Breath of Fresh Air

Dr. Richardson’s article entitled, “A Breath of Fresh Air”  was recently published over at The Green Economy’s website.


A Breath of Fresh Air: New Tech Promises Cleaner Skies

sun and clouds, sunny day, clean air, air quality, blue skies, clean air, air pollution, nitrogen oxide pollution,Clean air unites us across borders – the ability to breathe clean air is valuable to everyone. Everyone wins: plants, animals, people and our buildings benefit from the cost effective treatment of greenhouse gases at their source.

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SUR/FIN Paper Presentation

Dr. Richardson will be presenting a paper for the NASF SUR/FIN Manufacturing & Technology Conference on Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 in Rosemont, Illinois.

His paper is titled “NOx Scrubbing Technology Breakthrough” and will present research findings and practical results that address the treatment of problematic greenhouse gases: Nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulfur oxides (SOx).

 NO & NO2 graphic

There are many ways to treat NOx and each has advantages and limitations. His process effectively treats both nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in a way that is faster and more effective than other available technologies. His process also simultaneously oxidizes SOx.

The paper will compare and contrast these technologies from the perspective of applicability to the chemical milling industry.


For more information on the upcoming conference, go here:

The complete schedule can be found here: