Attention Boiler Owners

  1. Boiler MACT Now In Effect, Despite Efforts To Delay It; Facilities Must Meet Work Practice Standards By March 21

    THOMASVILLE, Ga.  – The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals has reinstated the original compliance date for the Boiler MACT (maximum achievable control technology, also known as BMACT or Major Source Rule) that the EPA published in the Federal Register in March 2011. 

  2. Dry Sorbent Injection With Trona Or Sodium Bicarbonate For HCl Treatment

    While many sites use sodium sorbents for removal of HCl, and many others for removing SO2 or other acid gases, there is a paucity of publicly available data on the removal of HCl in the presence of SO2, especially in the case of coal-fired power generation. SOLVAir Solutions conducted controlled pilot tests using CAPP coal which demonstrates the selectivity of sodium sorbents to remove HCl in a medium to high sulfur environment.