A jet bubbling reactor is a type of scrubber installed at coal-fueled power plants. When coal is burned, some compounds, like sulfur dioxide, form and are in the flue gas. Scrubbers clean more than 95 percent of sulfur dioxide and other impurities like mercury, so they are not released into the air. So how does a scrubber remove emissions from coal-fueled plants? Let's find out!

  1. Captain Cautious

    Line Crew - Builds lines so that electricity can get to houses, businesses, schools and hospitals. People who like working outside and building things with their hands really like these jobs.

    Captain Cautious knows a lot about energy!
  2. Dr. E

    Dr. E
  3. Emerald

  4. Savvy and Squander

    Savvy and Squander
  5. Louie

    When you grow up, we can teach you how to be a line worker, plant technician or an engineer.

    However, there are other things you will need to learn along the way: How to get along with others, teamwork, following instructions, telling the truth, completing your work on time and doing a great job on all your work.

    Louie the lightbulb.