Early 1999, the European Council has adopted the Directive 1999/13/EG on the limitation of emissions from volatile organic compounds; this directive has been implemented in Germany as national law in 31. BImSchV.
Its objective is to reduce solvent emissions of certain systems, overall 19 types of systems (printing processes, coating of surfaces, cleaning processes, impregnation, production of coating materials, manufacture of shoes, conversion of rubber, extraction of vegetable oil, manufacture of drugs). The deadline for the implementation of the 31. BImSchV was October 30, 2007.
Wessel-Umwelttechnik offers you a full service from one source. Starting with the preparation of suggestions for the optimization of exhaust air managements to providing support in the required solvent balances and the creation of special reduction plans to the supply of suitable exhaust air purifications systems.Our vast experience, as well as our range of products and services (thermal afterburning, biological exhaust air purification, adsorber) enables us to work out tailor-made solutions for our customers.