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New Greenhouse Gas Standards

Publisher: Catalytic Products International
Overview:
This paper explains about the decisions of EPA in order to regulate greenhouse gases, and presents tailoring rule, which was developed by EPA to raise the major thresholds in the case of greenhouse gas emissions. It details how EPA tried to get the greenhouse gas regulation into the permit program and reviews the effect of those regulations on industrial operators. The paper includes strategies like Timing and Tailoring, Best Available Control Technology, Trade-Offs, Different Approach Rules, and Fees on which EPA is relied in order to regulate greenhouse gases. Stating that cost of operation could be reduced by optimizing energy usage, the paper concludes that heat-exchangers, thermal and catalytic oxidizers manufactured by Catalytic Products International could help the operators in order to meet the EPA regulations of greenhouse gases.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Background3
1.1.The Permit System3
2.The Case5
2.1.Industry Challenges EPA5
3.Repercussions6
3.1.What's Next6
4.EPA Strategy to Regulate Greenhouse Gasses7
4.1.Timing and Tailoring7
4.2.Best Available Control Technology8
4.3.Trade-Offs8
4.4.A Different Approach Rules8
4.5.Fees9
5.Consequences10
5.1.Permit Delays10
6.The Upside10
7.Conclusion and Resources11
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