EPA regulations

The EPA has recently finalized changes to the clean air standards for industrial boilers, and certain incinerators, and non-hazardous secondary materials definition. The EPA states:

“December 20, 2012 – EPA issued final changes to Clean Air Act standards for major and area source boilers and commercial/industrial solid waste incinerators. These adjusted standards will achieve extensive public health protections by reducing toxic air pollution, while increasing the rule’s flexibility and addressing concerns raised by industry and labor groups.”
Here’s some useful sites to go to that will lead you to other informative links:

www.epa.gov/airquality/combustion/compliance/index.html
www.epa.gov/airquality/combustion/actions.html

In the future, we will continue to update you on these environmental regulations impacting our Industry, from the EPA and other agencies.
If we are unable to provide you with the answers directly, we will assist you in identifying and contacting the appropriate source, to obtain the information you need.

Sincerely,

Frank Lacny, President

American Combustion Service, Inc.

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Frank Lacny
Frank founded American Combustion Service, Inc. & ACSI Mechanical in 1984. His consulting and specialized service capabilities for working on any type of fuel burner and/or fuel has earned ACSI a reputation as “burner specialists” in the community. Frank has trained and consulted for many groups and companies in Chicago and the Chicago Metropolitan Area. His areas of expertise include burner start-up work, unusual boiler room problem-solving situations, and general backup service support.

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