New EPA regulation classifies "oxidizers" as "incinerators" meaning if this is not changed, the emissions standards and regulatory requirements associated with operating oxidizers become much more complex.
The ideal air pollution control solution for any industrial operator – especially in chemical processing industries where productivity is vitally important – involves controls that are proven reliable in the harshest environments and that are engineered to meet not only today's requirements, but tomorrow's as well.
The D.C. District Court recently upheld the decision allowing EPA to regulation greenhouse gas emissions. This white paper provides background on the decision, what it means for you, and how to keep your plant compliant.
Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is more aggressively pursuing enforcement actions against industrial sources than ever before. This is a result of EPA desire to generate revenue, as well as reflecting the desires of current leadership. In this regulatory climate, it’s increasingly important for emission unit operators to understand enforcement risks and liabilities.
Catalytic Products International has been answering numerous questions about biomass and other alternative fuels in recent months. This seems in opposition to the trend of consuming more and more natural gas due to the recent shale gas discoveries. However, a few trends seem to be supporting the high interest in biomass as an alternative fuel. First, many processors are looking to European customers of their woody biomass fuel products.
It is often assumed an air pollution control permit is enough to maintain emission compliance. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. EPA is more aggressively pursuing air pollution control systems failures creating millions of dollars in penalities and fines for organizations. This white paper will help you determine whether or not you’re prepared.