ArcelorMittal Poland’s coke plant in Kraków will invest in the modernization of the dedusting installation of the coke oven battery as well as in construction of desorption column and ammonized water installation. Thanks to these investments, worth PLN 31.5 million and due to start at the end of this year the company will reduce its environmental footprint. The coke produced at the Kraków unit of the company goes mainly to the plant in Dąbrowa Górnicza. It is produced in a coke oven battery that has a comprehensive dedusting system. Now this system will be modernized.The works will cover the entire transmission line: from the coke oven battery through the installation of coke dry quenching to the dedusting plant. The structure, including thermal insulation, of the dedusting caps used when emptying the coke from the battery will also be modernized. ArcelorMittal Poland’ will replace 980 bag filters in dedusting plant in Kraków coke plant. The works are to start at the end of 2021 and last until April 2022.Another significant investment is the construction of desorption column and construction of the ammonized water installation. This installation is key to maintain the parameters of coke oven gas cleaning according to Best Available Techniques. These works will also commence at the end of 2021 and last for about 12 months.