CHEC is an acronym for the fundamental and applied research programme on Combustion and Harmful Emission Control. CHEC's main areas of expertise are industrial high-temperature processes, formation and removal of pollutants, particulate solids (characterisation, reactivity and dynamics). Within these areas the objectives are to educate scientists and engineers, to gain new fundamental information on the subjects, to assist industry and public authorities in the selection, development, design and operation of processes in order to improve efficiencies and in order to avoid or minimise harmful emissions, to catalyse international cooperation between Danish companies and Danish and foreign research organisations.
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