As per the deal, B&W will deliver and erect a circulating dry scrubber (CDS) with a lime and byproduct solids handling system to reduce emissions, including sulfur dioxide (SO2).

The deal will also see B&W commission a dry flue gas desulfurization system for the plant and supply new bags for the facility’s existing pulse jet fabric filter.

B&W PGG president and chief operating officer Randall Data said that CDS system supplied by B&W will enable customers to reduce a plant’s SO2 emissions, while minimizing capital cost.

Construction on the Lansing project is due to start in 2014 and is expected to be completed in 2015.

B&W said CDS technology, which is also known as Circulating Fluid Bed Flue Gas Desulfurization (CFB-FGD), is applicable to a range of unit sizes and fuel sulfur content, but is ideally suited for smaller units that fire medium to high sulfur coals.