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Catalytic Products International eNews May 2013

In this issue:

  • Expert Insight: Expert Insight: Additional VOC and Ammonia Regulation In The Works?
  • Downloads: How to Obtain an Air Pollution Construction Permit {Infographic}

Catalytic Products International eNews - February 2013

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions Control

Most of the time, people think about Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions with carbon dioxide, which is the most common of the GHGs. While fairly typical, carbon dioxide isn’t the only GHG U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates.

Catalytic Products International eNews - January 2013

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A Year in Review: 2012 Proved Flares and Ammonia are Your Biggest Concerns

Catalytic Products International eNews - November 2012

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EPA Increases Ammonia Emissions Control

Catalytic Products International eNews - October 2012

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Preventive Maintenance Solutions for Air Pollution Control

Catalytic Products International eNews - September 2012

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The Oxidizer Permit Protection Myth

It is often assumed an air pollution control permit is enough to maintain emission compliance.

Catalytic Products International eNews - July 2012

Expert Insight: New EPA Regulations Are Coming

Rich Trzupek, Principal Consultant, Trinity Consultants

Catalytic Products International eNews - June, 2012

Expert Insight: Managing Environmental Liabilities

Rich Trzupek, Principal Consultant, Trinity Consultants

Catalytic Products International eNews - May 2012

Q&A on Controls for Iron Foundries
Anne Minga, Sn. Environmental Engineer at J Carpenter Environmental, subsidiary of Carpenter Brothers Inc.