California SCAQMD - Preparing for the Transition out of RECLAIM

With the sunset of the RECLAIM program, the transition of the NOx RECLAIM program to a traditional command-and-control regulatory structure will affect many facilities in South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) including manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors. The first set of command-and-control regulations that establish BARCT requirements for NOx sources are Rule 1146 series (i.e., Rules 1146, 1146.1 and 1146.2), and many facilities with boilers, heaters, and steam generators will be required to meet these BARCT requirements. Please join Trinity for a complimentary webinar to provide an overview of these Transition Rules and helpful tips to better prepare for a transition from SCAQMD RECLAIM Program, focusing on NOx sources subject to Rules 1146 series. Attendees will find the webinar helpful in planning for future compliance in an effective manner. 

Webinar topics
  • Discussion on affected NOx sources including boilers, steam generators, and heaters
  • Overview of pollution control technologies
  • Updates on BARCT analysis done by SCAQMD
  • Retrofitting options 
  • Exploring the cost-effective options 
  • Summary of proposed amendments to Rule 2001 and 2002
  • Discussion on a compliance plan and permit application
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Oct 30, 2018 -- Online
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST/PDT
Registration closes in 7 day(s)!