Understanding Engines: Their Emissions and Your Compliance Requirements

This 1-day course is for environmental personnel responsible for air regulatory compliance for stationary reciprocating internal combustion engines (RICE). The course covers engine differentiations, air emission calculations, common air pollution controls, applicability and compliance requirements of the three main federal engine regulations (NSPS IIII, NSPS JJJJ, and NESHAP ZZZZ, a.k.a., the RICE MACT), and what to do if you’re just now finding out about your engines’ applicability. Group discussion and exercises help clarify this challenging material. Course topics include:

  • Engine design and air pollution control device feasibility
  • Why engine types are regulated differently
  • Rules of thumb for quickly assessing requirements for engines
  • Tools to understand regulatory requirements and anticipate compliance requirements

CEUs:
0.8


Course topics
  • Engines 101
  • Air Emissions
  • Air Pollution Controls
  • NSPS IIII for Compression Ignition Engines
  • NSPS JJJJ for Spark Ignition Engines
  • NESHAP ZZZZ – the “RICE MACT”
  • Air Permitting Requirements
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$499

Apr 26, 2017 -- Salt Lake City, UT
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Jun 07, 2017 -- Charlotte, NC
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sep 20, 2017 -- St. Louis, MO
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
What others are saying about this course
  • This was a great course. I appreciate the handout material very much and will use it regularly. The level of detail was excellent and knowledge of instructors apparent. Thank you!!!
  • The course far exceeded my expectations; no improvements needed
  • Getting the advanced training on this subject was really good.

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