New NOx Regulations for Stationary Spark-Ignition Engines
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Register by May 12, 2017
This webinar is presented by the APEGA Calgary Branch, but all APEGA Members are welcome to attend.
The federal Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations came into force in 2016 to improve air quality for Canadians. Part 2 of the Regulations will contribute to this objective by limiting the amount of nitrogen oxides (NOx) emitted from stationary spark-ignition engines combusting gaseous fuel at many industrial facilities. In preparation of the first reporting deadline for new engines (July 1st, 2017), the requirements for new engines will be presented, including NOx emission limits, testing, labelling, maintenance, operation, and administrative requirements. A great learning opportunity for all owners and operators of stationary spark-ignition engines!
About the Presenter
Karine Lavertu is the head of the team that administers Part 2 - Engines of the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations. She has a PhD in mechanical engineering and has worked on air quality issues for the last 8 years within Environment and Climate Change Canada. She contributed to the development of the Regulations based on an extensive consultation process with industry, environmental organizations and other levels of governments.
APEGA Calgary Branch Webinar Fee: $10
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May 12, 2017