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The next great emission challenge and opportunity lies in developing innovative systems that satisfy the scale, durability, and efficiency requirements for managing CO2 and other GHGs.
A wide range of activities related to conventional air & water pollution control exist in the U.S. ICAC continues to update members on developments & engage with government actors (i.e. EPA, state counterparts). The Domestic Conventional Pollutants division houses both Industrial and Utility regulations and markets.
The Emissions Measurement Division's work overlaps all ICAC divisions as accurate measurements of pollutants lies at the heart of the nation's air pollution control success story. Many air pollutants have numerical emission limitations which are measured by sophisticated equipment due to the low concentrations that are left after air pollution controls have completed their work. Some pollutants are not directly measured, but parameters that indicate...