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Very informative and helpful article. I appreciate the broad discussion regarding all aspects of sulfuric acid mist pollution control - including both the benefits and detriments that each mitigating measure presents. A very helpful article for anyone hoping to understand more about this pollutant in general and discover possibilities for regulation.

"The need to control mercury and acid gas may have a positive impact on sulfuric acid mist control because power plants may not only invest in superior sorbent injection systems, but may also install baghouses that increase the effectiveness of sorbent controls." Interesting point--would there be a good set of reasons for a plant to invest in a WESP beyond capturing just sulfuric acid mist?

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