Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) are a byproduct produced by high temperature fuel combustion. Nitrogen oxides are produced by a variety of sources ranging from internal combustion automobile engines to industrial equipment, including large-scale industrial boilers. Depending on concentration, the various forms of nitrogen oxide produced by the combustion process range from minor irritants to extremely poisonous. Because these gases are considered to be relatively harmful (or, at a minimum, undesirable) to humans, it is important that their emission is reduced as much as possible.
My name is Donald Tate and in my blog you'll learn the importance of industrial and manufacturing industries in our country. These facilities make numerous products that we use every day and they're also responsible for creating many jobs. I became interested in industrial and manufacturing plants at a young age because my father worked at a plant downtown. One day he took me to the plant so I could see how the products were made. I thought that was the most interesting thing there ever was and I have been fascinated ever since. Because we depend so much on these industries, I have made it my mission in life to learn all I can about various industrial and manufacturing plants. I hope that after reading my blog, you'll also realize this important and necessary contribution to our society.