EPA Stationary RICE NESHAP:
The	
  Meter	
  is	
  Running
BlueScape and MIRATECH
James Westbrook and Scott McBryde
April 8...
Agenda	
  
•  Review	
  Typical	
  Engine	
  Use	
  
•  NESHAP	
  Rule	
  Introduc?on	
  
•  Applicability	
  and	
  Exemp...
Typical	
  Engine	
  Use	
  
Primary	
  modes:	
  
•  Emergency	
  Standby	
  Use	
  
–  Backup	
  for	
  water	
  pumps	
...
RICE	
  NESHAP	
  Introduc?on	
  
•  Na?onal	
  Emission	
  Standards	
  for	
  Hazardous	
  Air	
  
Pollutants	
  for	
  ...
Federal	
  Engine	
  Rules	
  	
  
•  NESHAP	
  for	
  Exis?ng	
  CI	
  and	
  SI,	
  40	
  CFR	
  Part	
  
63	
  Subpart	...
Lots	
  of	
  Variables	
  –	
  Let’s	
  Make	
  it	
  Easier!	
  
Review	
  Variables	
   CI	
   SI	
  
Exempt	
  Mobile,...
Exemp?ons	
  from	
  RICE	
  NESHAP	
  
	
  
•  Motor	
  Vehicles	
  or	
  Portable	
  Non-­‐Road	
  Engines	
  
–  Portab...
RICE	
  NESHAP	
  Applicability	
  
Engines	
  at	
  
HAP	
  major	
  
sources	
  
Non-­‐Emergency	
  
SI,	
  >500	
  hp,	...
Emission	
  Standards:	
  Exis?ng	
  RICE	
  at	
  Major	
  Sources	
  
	
  
	
  
HP	
  
Engine	
  Subcategory	
  
Non-­‐e...
HP	
  
Engine	
  Subcategory	
  
Non-­‐emergency	
  
Emergency	
  or	
  
Black	
  Start	
  Cl	
   SI	
  2SLB	
  
SI	
  4S	...
HP	
  
Engine	
  Subcategory	
  
Non-­‐emergency	
  
Emergency	
  
Cl	
   SI	
  2SLB	
   SI	
  4SLB	
   SI	
  4SRB	
   SI	...
Engine	
  Subcategory	
   Compliance	
  Requirements	
  
Exis[ng	
  non-­‐emergency:	
  	
  
•  CI	
  ≥100	
  HP	
  at	
  ...
Engine	
  Subcategory	
   Compliance	
  Requirements	
  
Exis[ng	
  non-­‐emergency:	
  	
  
•  SI	
  4SRB	
  >500	
  HP	
...
Engine	
  Subcategory	
   Compliance	
  Requirements	
  
Exis[ng	
  emergency/black	
  start:	
  	
  
•  <100	
  HP	
  at	...
Engine	
  Subcategory	
   Compliance	
  Requirements	
  
•  New	
  emergency/limited	
  use	
  >500	
  HP	
  
at	
  major	...
Catalyst	
  Required?	
  	
  
•  Yes,	
  most	
  engines	
  will	
  need	
  CO	
  or	
  VOC	
  catalyst	
  
•  One	
  year...
CPMS	
  and	
  SSMP	
  	
  
•  Con?nuous	
  Parameter	
  Monitoring	
  System	
  (CPMS)	
  
–  Table	
  5	
  of	
  Subpart...
Quiz	
  –	
  Pump	
  Sta?on	
  Facility	
  
Exis?ng	
  Area	
  Source	
  of	
  Hazardous	
  Air	
  
Pollutants,	
  Non-­‐R...
Let’s	
  Review	
  –	
  In	
  Compliance?	
  
•  Have	
  you	
  surveyed	
  engines,	
  know	
  where	
  they	
  fit?	
  Kn...
NESHAP Compliance Products
Customer
Engine
CO
Reduction
DOC/3Way
DOC
Temperature
Monitoring
Data Logger
DOC
Pressure
Monitoring
Data Logger
Closed
Cr...
Catalytic Converter Solutions –
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Reduction Systems
Non-Silenced
Silenced (Critical/
Hospital/Super)
Pe...
Serviceable Catalytic Converter –
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q  Oxidizes CO up to 95%, can easily meet NESHAP requirement...
Integrated Silencer Catalytic Converter
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q  Good option for NESHAP retrof...
Large Engines - Ground Access Catalyst/Silencer
q  Same catalyst features as the base converter
q  Good option for large...
q  Catalyst inlet temperature on engines greater than 500 HP is required to be
continuously monitored and recorded by a C...
Crankcase Ventilation (CCV) Systems
q  For NESHAP compliance, most stationary engines over 300HP
must be equipped with a ...
Summary	
  
•  The	
  meter	
  is	
  running	
  are	
  you	
  in	
  compliance?	
  
•  Get	
  a	
  handle	
  on	
  NESHAP	...
Ques?ons?	
  
Contact	
  Informa?on	
  
James	
  Westbrook,	
  President	
  
BlueScape	
  Environmental	
  
Office:	
  858-­...
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This webinar by James Westbrook of BlueScape and Scott McBryde of MIRATECH provides an update on the compliance requirements of the RICE NESHAP, 40 CFR 63 Subpart ZZZZ as applied to stationary compression ignition and spark-ignited reciprocating internal combustion (RICE) engines located at industrial facilities, including major and area sources of hazardous air pollutants. The goal of the webinar is to help companies understand where their engines fit with the regulation, and identify possible compliance alternatives. For more information, Mr. Westbrook can be reached at 877-486-9257 or jwestbrook@bluescapeinc.com, and Mr. McBryde can be reached at 909-821-0039 or smbryde@miratechcorp.com. Also see www.bluescapeinc.com and miratechcorp.com.

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BueScape & MIRATECH EPA RICE NESHAP the Meter is Running Webinar 4-08-14

  1. 1. EPA Stationary RICE NESHAP: The  Meter  is  Running BlueScape and MIRATECH James Westbrook and Scott McBryde April 8, 2014
  2. 2. Agenda   •  Review  Typical  Engine  Use   •  NESHAP  Rule  Introduc?on   •  Applicability  and  Exemp?ons   •  Compliance  Requirements   •  Emission  Control  and   Monitoring   •  Summary  
  3. 3. Typical  Engine  Use   Primary  modes:   •  Emergency  Standby  Use   –  Backup  for  water  pumps   –  Emergency  power  for  support  facili?es   –  Surge  protec?on   –  Black  start   –  U?lity  emergency  demand  response  programs   •  Non-­‐Emergency  Standby  and  “Prime”  Use   –  Compress  gas,  move  water   –  Reduce  electricity  cost   –  Greater  efficiency  &  reliability   •  U?lity  reliability,  economic  incen?ves   Engine  Types:   •  (RICE)  Reciproca?ng  Internal  Combus?on  Engine   –  (CI)  Compression  Igni?on,  diesel   –  (SI)  Spark  Igni?on,  natural  gas  
  4. 4. RICE  NESHAP  Introduc?on   •  Na?onal  Emission  Standards  for  Hazardous  Air   Pollutants  for  Reciproca?ng  Internal   Combus?on  Engines   •  Regula?on  40  CFR  Part  63  Subpart  ZZZZ   •  CI  RICE  compliance  by  May  3,  2013   •  SI  RICE  compliance  by  October  19,  2013   •  Upcoming:  April  17,  2014,  performance  tes?ng   due  for  large  gas  engines   •  EPA  Resources:   –  www.epa.gov/`n/atw/icengines/   –  www.epa.gov/region1/rice/#RuleApplicability   –  h`p://www.epa.gov/`n/atw/icengines/docs/ 20130919complianceinfo.pdf    
  5. 5. Federal  Engine  Rules     •  NESHAP  for  Exis?ng  CI  and  SI,  40  CFR  Part   63  Subpart  ZZZZ   –  >  500  hp  at  major  source  of  HAP:   •  Exis?ng  Engines  constructed  before  12/19/02   •  New  Engines  constructed  on  or  aeer  12/19/02   –  ≤  500  hp  at  major  source  of  HAP  or  all  at  area  source  of  HAP   •  Exis?ng  Engines  constructed  before  6/12/06   •  New  Engines  constructed  on  or  aeer  6/12/06   •  NSPS  for  New  SI,  40  CFR  60  Subpart  JJJJ   •  NSPS  for  New  CI,  40  CFR  Subpart  IIII   •  State  Rules  can  be  more  stringent   –  CA  Air  Toxics  Control  Measure  (ATCM)  
  6. 6. Lots  of  Variables  –  Let’s  Make  it  Easier!   Review  Variables   CI   SI   Exempt  Mobile,  Portable,  or  Emergency   X   X   Major  Source,  Area  Source  of  HAPs   X   X   New,  Exis?ng,  Reconstructed   X   X   Emergency,  Non-­‐Emergency,  Black  Start   X   X   100  hp,  300  hp,  500  hp   X   <=500  hp,  >500  hp   X   2-­‐stroke,  4-­‐stroke   X   Lean-­‐burn,  Rich-­‐burn   X   Remote,  Non-­‐Remote   X   Non-­‐Limited,  Limited  Use   X   X   Low-­‐Sulfur,  Ultra-­‐low  Sulfur  Diesel   X  
  7. 7. Exemp?ons  from  RICE  NESHAP     •  Motor  Vehicles  or  Portable  Non-­‐Road  Engines   –  Portable  engines  sta?onary  if  at  one  loca?on  12   months   •  Exis?ng  Emergency  Engines   –  Residen?al,  commercial,  ins?tu?onal  area  sources   –  Used  <=  15  hrs/year  for  emergency  demand  response,   not  used  for  local  reliability   –  >  15  hrs/year  meet  Subpart  ZZZZ  opera?onal   requirements,  100  hours  per  year  for  any  of:   •  Tes?ng  and  Maintenance   •  Emergency  demand  response  when  blackout  imminent   •  50  hrs/year  for  non-­‐emergency,  local  reliability   –  Electronic  repor?ng  to  EPA  star?ng  3/31/16    
  8. 8. RICE  NESHAP  Applicability   Engines  at   HAP  major   sources   Non-­‐Emergency   SI,  >500  hp,  HAP   area  source   Non-­‐Emergency  CI,  SI   <500,  remote,  HAP  area   source     Emergency  CI  >500  hp,  HAP  area   source   Emergency  CI,  SI,  HAP  area  source  <500  hp   REQUIREMENTS  
  9. 9. Emission  Standards:  Exis?ng  RICE  at  Major  Sources       HP   Engine  Subcategory   Non-­‐emergency     Emergency   Cl   SI  2SLB   SI  4SLB   SI  4SRB   SI  LFG/DG     <100   Change  oil  and  filter  and  inspect  cleaner  (CI)  or  spark  plugs  (SI)  every  1,000   hours  of  opera?on  or  annually;  inspect  hoses  and  belts  every  500  hours  of   opera?on  or  annually   Change  oil/ filter  &  inspect   hoses/belts   every  500  hours   or  annually;   inspect  air   cleaner  (CI)  or   spark  plugs  (SI)   every  1,000   hours  or   annually   100  -­‐  300   230  ppm  CO         225  ppm   CO           47  ppm  CO           10.3  ppm   CO           177  ppm   CO           300  -­‐  500     49  ppm  CO   or  70%  CO   reduc[on     >500   23  ppm  CO   or  70%  CO   reduc[on     No   standards   No   standards   350  ppb   HCHO  or  76%   HCHO   reduc[on   No   standards   No   standards   Note:  Exis?ng  limited  use  engines  >500  HP  at  major  sources  do  not  meet  any  emission  standards.  Exis?ng  black   start  engines  ≤500  HP  at  major  sources  must  meet  work  prac?ce  standards.    
  10. 10. HP   Engine  Subcategory   Non-­‐emergency   Emergency  or   Black  Start  Cl   SI  2SLB   SI  4S  in  remote   areas   SI  4S  not  in   remote  areas     SI  LFG/DG   ≤300   Change  oil/filter  &   inspect  air  cleaner   every  1,000  hours  or   annually;  inspect   hoses/belts  every  500   hours  or  annually   Change  oil/ filter,  inspect   spark  plugs,   &  inspect   hoses/belts   every  4,320   hours  or   annually   Change  oil/ filter,  inspect   spark  plugs,  &   inspect  hoses/ belts  every   1,440  hours  of   opera?on  or   annually   Change  oil/ filter,  inspect   spark  plugs,  &   inspect  hoses/ belts  every   1,440  hours  of   opera?on  or   annually   Change  oil/ filter,   inspect   spark  plugs,   &  inspect   hoses/belts   every  1,440   hours  of   opera?on   or  annually   Change  oil/ filter  &   inspect   hoses/belts   every  500   hours  or   annually;   inspect  air   cleaner  (CI)  or   spark  plugs   (SI)  every   1,000  hours   or  annually   300  -­‐   500   49  ppm  CO  or  70%   CO  reduc[on   >500   23  ppm  CO  or  70%   CO  reduc[on   Change  oil/filter,   inspect  spark   plugs,  &  inspect   hoses/belts  every   2,160  hours  of   opera?on  or   annually   If  engine  used   >24  hrs/yr:     4SLB:  Install   oxida[on   catalyst     4SRB:  Install   NSCR   Emission  Standards:  Exis?ng  RICE  at  Area  Sources  
  11. 11. HP   Engine  Subcategory   Non-­‐emergency   Emergency   Cl   SI  2SLB   SI  4SLB   SI  4SRB   SI  LFG/DG   <250   Comply   with  CI   NSPS   Comply   with  SI   NSPS   Comply   with  SI   NSPS   Comply   with  SI   NSPS   Comply   with  SI   NSPS   Comply   with  CI/SI   NSPS   250  -­‐  500     14  ppm   HCHO  or   93%  CO   reduc?on   >500   580  ppb   HCHO  or   70%  CO   reduc?on   12  ppm   HCHO  or   58%  CO   reduc?on   350  ppb   HCHO  or   76%   HCHO   reduc?on   No   standards   No   standards   Notes:  1.  New  limited  use  engines  >500  HP  at  major  sources  do  not  meet  any  emission             standards  under  the  NESHAP.  2.  New  RICE  at  Area  Sources  meet:  CI:  Part  60  Subpart  IIII;  SI:  Part   60  Subpart  JJJJ   Emission  Standards:  New  RICE  at  Major  Sources  
  12. 12. Engine  Subcategory   Compliance  Requirements   Exis[ng  non-­‐emergency:     •  CI  ≥100  HP  at  major  source   •  CI  >300  HP  at  area  source   •  SI  100-­‐500  HP  at  major  source       •  Ini?al  emission  performance  test  (*)   o  Subsequent  performance  tes?ng  every  8,760   hours  of  opera?on  or  3  years  for  engines  >500  HP   (5  years  if  limited  use)   o  Opera?ng  limita?ons  -­‐  catalyst  pressure  drop  and   inlet  temperature  for  engines  >500  HP   o  No?fica?ons   o  Semiannual  compliance  reports  (annual  if  limited   use)   •  Exis?ng  non-­‐emergency  CI  >300  HP:   o  Ultra  low  sulfur  diesel  (ULSD)   o  Crankcase  emission  control  requirements   •  Exis[ng  non-­‐emergency  SI:   4SLB/4SRB  >500  HP  at  area   source  used  >24  hours/year   and  not  in  remote  area     •  Ini?al  performance  test  (*)   •  Annual  compliance  demonstra?on   •  High  temperature  engine  shutdown  or  con?nuously   monitor  catalyst  inlet  temperature   •  No?fica?ons   •  Semiannual  compliance  reports   Most  Compliance  Requirements   (*)  Waiver  of  performance  test  can  be  requested  
  13. 13. Engine  Subcategory   Compliance  Requirements   Exis[ng  non-­‐emergency:     •  SI  4SRB  >500  HP  at  major  source       New  non-­‐emergency:     •  SI  2SLB  >500  HP  at  major  source   •  SI  4SLB  >250  HP  at  major  source   •  SI  4SRB  >500  HP  at  major  source   •  CI  >500  HP  at  major  source     •  Ini?al  emission  performance  test   o  Subsequent  performance  tes?ng   semiannually  (can  reduce  frequency   to  annual)  (subsequent  performance   tes?ng  required  for  4SRB  engine   complying  with  formaldehyde  %   reduc?on  standard  if  engine  is   ≥5000  HP)     o  Opera?ng  limita?ons  -­‐  catalyst   pressure  drop  and  inlet  temperature     o  No?fica?ons   o  Semiannual  compliance  reports     Most  Compliance  Requirements  
  14. 14. Engine  Subcategory   Compliance  Requirements   Exis[ng  emergency/black  start:     •  <100  HP  at  major  source   •  ≤500  HP  at  major  source   •  All  at  area  source     Exis[ng  non-­‐emergency:     •  <100  HP  at  major  source   •  CI  ≤300  HP  at  area  source     •  SI  ≤500  HP  at  area  source     •  SI  2SLB  >500  HP  at  area  source     •  SI  LFG/DG  >500  HP  at  area  source   •  SI  4SLB/4SRB  >500  HP  at  area  source   used  ≤24  hours/year  or  in  remote  area     •  Operate/maintain  engine  &  control   device  per  manufacturer’s  instruc?ons   or  owner-­‐developed  maintenance  plan   •  May  use  oil  analysis  program  instead   of  prescribed  oil  change  frequency   •  Emergency  engines  must  have  hour   meter  and  record  hours  of  opera?on   •  Keep  records  of  maintenance   •  No?fica?ons  not  required   •  Repor?ng  and  ULSD  for  emergency   engines  used  for  emergency  demand   response  or  local  reliability       Less  Compliance  Requirements   LFG/DG  =  landfill  gas  /  digester  gas  
  15. 15. Engine  Subcategory   Compliance  Requirements   •  New  emergency/limited  use  >500  HP   at  major  source     •  Ini?al  no?fica?on     •  Repor?ng  and  ULSD  for  emergency   engines  used  for  emergency  demand   response  or  local  reliability     •  New  non-­‐emergency  LFG/DG  >500  HP   at  major  source     •  Ini?al  no?fica?on   •  Monitor/record  fuel  usage  daily   •  Annual  report  of  fuel  usage     Less  Compliance  Requirements  
  16. 16. Catalyst  Required?     •  Yes,  most  engines  will  need  CO  or  VOC  catalyst   •  One  year  compliance  extensions  were  allowed   –  1/3/13  for  CI;  6/21/13  for  SI   •  Catalyst  installa?on  requires:   –  Air  permi{ng  process   –  Establish  performance  parameters   –  Complete  ini?al  and  ongoing  performance  tes?ng   –  Following  a  compliance  plan   •  Alterna?ves  to  catalyst:   –  Take  an  enforceable  permit  restric?on,  area  source   –  Re-­‐categorize  to  an  emergency  engine   –  Engine  replacement   –  Electrifica?on    
  17. 17. CPMS  and  SSMP     •  Con?nuous  Parameter  Monitoring  System  (CPMS)   –  Table  5  of  Subpart  ZZZZ  -­‐  install,  operate,  and  maintain  a  CPMS   –  CPMS  operated  according  to  a  Site-­‐Specific  Monitoring  Plan  (SSMP)   –  Collect  data  once  every  15  min;  4-­‐hr  rolling  avgs;  1-­‐hr  block  avg  values   –  Temperature  range  –  5  deg  F  or  1%  of  measurement  range,  whichever  larger   –  Pressure  drop  tolerance;  2  inches  of  water  from  measured  during  test   –  Evalua?on,  system  accuracy  audits,  other  audit  procedures  annually   –  Performance  evalua?on  of  each  CPMS  parameter   •  Site-­‐Specific  Monitoring  Plan  (SSMP):   –  The  performance  criteria  and  design  specifica?ons  for  the  monitoring  system   equipment,  including  the  sample  interface,  detector  signal  analyzer,  and  data   acquisi?on  and  calcula?ons   –  Sampling  interface  (e.g.,  thermocouple)  loca?on  such  that  the  monitoring   system  will  provide  representa?ve  measurements   –  Equipment  performance  evalua?ons,  system  accuracy  audits,  or  other  audit   procedures   –  Ongoing  opera?on  and  maintenance  procedures   –  Ongoing  repor?ng  and  recordkeeping  procedures        
  18. 18. Quiz  –  Pump  Sta?on  Facility   Exis?ng  Area  Source  of  Hazardous  Air   Pollutants,  Non-­‐Remote   1.  Two  x  Non-­‐Emergency  SI  Engines,   2,160  hp  4SLB,  no  CO  catalyst  installed   –  con?nuous  drive  pumps   2.  Two  x  Emergency  Backup  CI  Engines,   465  hp,  no  CO  catalyst  installed    -­‐  facility  reliability  
  19. 19. Let’s  Review  –  In  Compliance?   •  Have  you  surveyed  engines,  know  where  they  fit?  Know   your  compliance  deadlines?   •  Good  recordkeeping  procedures,  esp.  hours,  how  engine   used  and  maintenance  records?   •  Have  you  done  Ini?al  No?fica?ons?  Filed  Compliance   Reports?   •  Permi`ed  equipment  changes  for  catalyst,  or  changed   permit  condi?ons?   •  Installed  catalyst,  replaced  engine,  electrify?   •  Completed  the  Ini?al  Performance  Test?   •  Established  monitoring  parameters,  installed  meters,   scheduling  maintenance?   •  If  installed  catalyst,  CPMS  or  shut  down  device?   •  If  CPMS,  Site-­‐Specific  Monitoring  Plan?  
  20. 20. NESHAP Compliance Products
  21. 21. Customer Engine CO Reduction DOC/3Way DOC Temperature Monitoring Data Logger DOC Pressure Monitoring Data Logger Closed Crankcase Ventilation Engine Customer’s Want a Complete RICE NESHAP Solution =
  22. 22. Catalytic Converter Solutions – Carbon Monoxide (CO) Reduction Systems Non-Silenced Silenced (Critical/ Hospital/Super) Performance Ground Access Low Profile
  23. 23. Serviceable Catalytic Converter – Proven and Straightforward q  Oxidizes CO up to 95%, can easily meet NESHAP requirements q  Up to 80% formaldehyde (CH2O) reduction q  Carbon Steel or 304SS housings in many diameters sized to engine q  Benefits o  Serviceable and removable catalyst o  up to 9,000 hrs operation before a cleaning may be needed o  ½” NPT sample ports in both necks & pre and post catalyst o  Durable, metal foil catalyst designed for industrial engines o  Up to 2500 HP engines Slide # 23
  24. 24. Integrated Silencer Catalytic Converter q  Same catalyst features as the base converter q  Good option for NESHAP retrofits as usually there is an existing silencer in place o  New unit can fit within the flange to flange space of the existing old silencer o  Silencing Capabilities from 25-45+ dBA o  Custom inlets/outlets, saddles, etc. can be added to customize as needed
  25. 25. Large Engines - Ground Access Catalyst/Silencer q  Same catalyst features as the base converter q  Good option for large engine NESHAP retrofits as usually there is an existing ground access silencer. o  New unit can fit within the location of the existing old GA silencer o  Silencing Capabilities from 25-50+ dBA o  Customization is common, with heat protection added at ground level o  2500-15,000 HP engines
  26. 26. q  Catalyst inlet temperature on engines greater than 500 HP is required to be continuously monitored and recorded by a Continuous Parametric Monitoring System (CPMS). q  Pressure drop across the catalyst measured on a monthly basis. q  Both inlet temperature and pressure drop across the catalyst must be measured for the initial performance test. q  Many options exist from all manufacturers that can be customized. o  Basic data logging up to complete SCADA system interfacing capabilties Continuous Parametric Monitoring System (CPMS) For Compliance - Data Logging & Recording PRESSURE SENSOR POWER SUPPLY DATA LOGGER CUSTOME R POWER SUPPLY HOOK-UP THERMOCOUPLE TERMINATION POINTS
  27. 27. Crankcase Ventilation (CCV) Systems q  For NESHAP compliance, most stationary engines over 300HP must be equipped with a crankcase ventilation system. q  Prevents hazardous vented crankcase emissions (Oil Mist and Particulate) from entering the surrounding atmosphere. q  Two primary types of CCV systems: Open Closed Recovered Oil Drained to Used Oil Container or Crankcase Sump Depending on Engine OEM Instructions and Operator’s Discretion Provides engine and catalyst protection from oil contamination, simple installation
  28. 28. Summary   •  The  meter  is  running  are  you  in  compliance?   •  Get  a  handle  on  NESHAP  requirements   –  Good  engine  database  and  records   •  Meet  ini?al  no?fica?on,  performance  tes?ng,   monitoring,  maintenance,  repor?ng  requirements   •  Minor  requirements  for  most  equipment   –  Mainly  good  records  and  maintenance   •  Major  sources,  non-­‐emergency  CI  or  SI,  >  500  hp  at  area   sources  –  greater  requirements   –  Catalyst  can  be  required,  permit  changes   –  Alterna?ves  for  monitoring  and  tes?ng   •  BlueScape  and  MIRATECH  can  help  get  you  into   compliance!  
  29. 29. Ques?ons?   Contact  Informa?on   James  Westbrook,  President   BlueScape  Environmental   Office:  858-­‐695-­‐9200  x201   Mobile:  858-­‐774-­‐2009   jwestbrook@bluescapeinc.com   www.bluescapeinc.com     Sco`  McBryde   Regional  Sales  Manager   MIRATECH  Corp   Office  Direct:  918-­‐794-­‐0341     Mobile:  909-­‐821-­‐0039   smbryde@miratechcorp.com   www.miratechcorp.com    

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