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.

The EPA’s MACT, published in the Federal Register in December 2012, imposes stringent emission limits and monitoring requirements for industrial, commercial, and institutional boilers.

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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