Events & Professional Development Calendar

23
October
2017

Federal Emission Regulations for Boilers and Heaters

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Register by October 19, 2017

Federal Emission Regulations for Boilers and Heaters – Part I of the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations

The Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations require owners and operators of specific industrial facilities and equipment types to meet consistent performance standards across the country. The objectives of the Regulations are to:

  • Limit the amount of nitrogen oxides (NOX) emitted from modern (new) and pre-existing (existing), gaseous-fuel-fired non-utility boilers and heaters used in many industrial facilities
  • Limit the amount of NOX emitted from modern and pre-existing stationary spark-ignition gaseous-fuel-fired engines used by many industrial facilities (e.g., those used for gas compression or back-up generators)
  • Limit the amount of NOX and sulphur dioxide (SO2) emitted from cement kilns

This presentation will focus on Part I of the Regulations – boilers and heaters. It will provide an overview of regulatory requirements by responding to the following 5 questions:

  1. Is my boiler or heater subject to these regulations?
  2. How do I categorize my boiler or heater based on its type, class and size?
  3. What are my emission requirements?
  4. What are my reporting and testing requirements?
  5. How do I apply for an Alternative Rule?

About the Presenter

Mia Batchelor, B.A.Sc., MBA, P.Eng. (ON)Mia Batchelor is the Head of the Combustion Unit in Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Electricity and Combustion Division. Her group has a broad mandate, including implementation of the Boilers and Heaters portion (Part I) of the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations (MSAPR). She is a professional engineer and has recently completed an Executive MBA. Mia is looking forward to providing a brief overview of MSAPR, with a focus on Part I, boilers and heaters.

Where

Online

Speaker 

Mia Batchelor, B.A.Sc., MBA, P.Eng. (ON)

Head – Combustion Unit
Electricity and Combustion Division
Energy and Transportation Directorate
Environment and Climate Change Canada

Cost

$10
APEGA Calgary Branch webinar fee

Registration Deadline

October 19, 2017

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