Indeck Helps Plants Meet Boiler MACT
To assist plant managers, engineers and owners meet the EPA’s boiler maximum achievable control technology (MACT) compliance, Indeck is launching a new program that provides industrial boiler engineering studies.
Indeck says its engineers can help plants meet MACT compliance requirements and provide consultations to:
- Assess how the new rules apply to boilers;
- Identify emissions currently to evaluate possible compliance to the new limits;
- Advise whether equipment replacement, retrofits or alternative technology would be the best solution for a facility’s successful compliance;
- Develop a recommendation to assist compliance and/or show “good faith” to the EPA to help avoid risk of loss of extension.
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