MACT to Meet the New EPA SSI Regulations - Emissions & Energy Recovery Equipment - Part 3
04/03/2013 - 1:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern
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In April 2011 the US EPA enacted regulations for incinerators and
gasifiers, and a five year timeframe was allowed for meeting the new
provisions. To understand what is required for conformance, municipal owners
are working with their consultants to study the implications of the
regulations. Many utilities need to catalog their current emission levels,
and this can require testing. Managers can then use this data to determine
whether they need to upgrade existing equipment, install completely new
systems, or even to consider a non-bioenergy solution.
factor has been the public mandate for green energy utilization.
The good news is that, with super-autogenous, and multi fuel usage,
even medium sized facilities can now generate electricity, or recycle
the energy for building heating. Energy recovery has been a
component of biosolids incineration systems for many years, and highly
efficient technologies are well proven.
This webcast will
provide information on the MACT technologies that are available for
meeting the emissions regulations, and also for energy recovery. The
speakers are technical leaders in their field, and several of them
supported the various WEF committees and task forces during the
formulation stage of the regulations. They provided valuable
performance data to both WEF and NACWA indicating what was
Several projects have already been
designed in conformance with the requirements of the new
regulations, and the selected technologies will be described in
This webcast is sponsored by the
WEF Residuals & Biosolids Committee with the support of Alpine
Technology, Alstom Thermal Power, Carbon Process & Plant
Engineering (CPPE), The Elliott Company, and EnviroCare
This webcast is a continuation of the "Implementing the New Sewage Sludge Incineration MACT Standards
- Issues and Challenges Ahead" and "Compliance and Testing Requirements to Meet the Sewage Sludge
Incineration MACT Standards - Part 2" webcasts. If you would like to view
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- Energy Recovery
- Steam Turbine Generators
- Scrubbers & WESPs
- Mercury Control
- Marcel Pomerleau, Vice President, EnviroCare
- Dr. Marc Schumacher, Head Research & Development,
- Dr. Emma Cooney, Senior Process Manager, CPPE
Homoki, Wexford Unit Director, Alstom Thermal Power
Schlauch, Senior Proposal Engineer, Alstom Thermal Power
Weidner, Marketing Engineer, The Elliott Company
- Peter Brady,
President, Alpine Technology (Moderator)
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