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Managing Boiler MACT Obligations at Multiple Facilities

40 CFR 63 Subpart DDDDD requires major source facilities to perform a periodic tune-up of boilers and process heaters, and the first reoccurring deadline is January 31, 2021. This is notable for the oil and gas midstream industry because many of the facilities utilize small to medium boilers, water bath heaters, liquid stabilizer heaters and gas withdrawal heaters as part of the operational process.

Managing Boiler MACT Obligations at Multiple Facilities
Managing Boiler MACT Obligations at Multiple Facilities

TRC, a national leader in combustion optimization services and technical consulting, has developed this webinar to help environmental managers better understand Boiler MACT compliance requirements for the tune-up work practice standard, the benefits of boiler and process heater tuning beyond the scope of MACT compliance and cost effective options for managing Boiler MACT requirements at multiple facilities.

Topics include:

  • A brief review of the tune-up work practice standard as outlined in 40 CFR 63 Subpart DDDDD
  • Technical aspects of the tune up and recordkeeping requirements
  • Boiler and process heater tuning as a best management practice
  • Site-specific case studies
  • A cost-effective approach to managing Boiler MACT compliance for multiple facilities

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