If you operate a boiler plant, you should be aware of three rules that will regulate facilities considered potential sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). On March 21, 2011, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) published the rules, collectively known as the Boiler Maximum Achievable Control Technology or “Boiler MACT” rules. For many boiler operators the rules will require a one-time assessment, boiler tune-ups every two years, and records and reports in various combinations depending on several factors, including whether you are an “area source” (small source <10 MM Btu/hr) or a “major source” (large source <10 MM Btu/hr).
Boiler assessments and tune-ups from Swagelok
Good news: After learning about Boiler MACT Rules, things get much easier. Just have Swagelok Energy Advisors schedule and complete your one-time boiler assessment, boiler tune-ups, and/or both. In fact, Swagelok Energy Advisors is one of the few resources that can have both completed for you. One source you know and trust.