November 2003

Special Report: Plant Safety and Environment

Air pollution control options to successfully manage VOC/HAP emissions

Choose the correct technology to comply with permitting requirements

Martinson, C. M., The CMM Group, LLC

C. M. MARTINSON, The CMM Group, LLC, De Pere, Wisconsin       Comments? Write: Within the hydrocarbon processing industries (HPI), using air pollution control systems (APCSs) to abate harmful air pollutants is not new. Depending on plant operations and geographic location within the US, some companies with volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions have been operating APCSs for nearly twenty years. Business expansion, plant operations modifications or regulatory changes are forcing many more companies to comply with local, state and/or fed

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