If you've no account register here first time
User Name :
User Email :
Password :

Login Now
electric power plant

EPA Publishes Cooling Water Intake Rules

The EPA is moving forward with rules to protect fish from being sucked into cooling water intakes at large power plants and factories. The EPA had said it was finalizing the standards in May, but did not publish them in the Federal Register until Thursday. The final rule establishes requirements … Read more »

Evoqua Traveling Screens Enable Cooling Water Intake Rule Compliance

Evoqua Water Technologies’ EPA designated BTA modified Ristroph fish handling traveling screens can help industrial manufacturing facilities and power utilities comply with the EPA’s finalized rules for cooling water intake structures, the water and wastewater treatment company says. The finalized ruling under Section 316(b) of the Clean Water Act requires … Read more »

EPA Finalizes Cooling Water Intake Standards

The EPA has finalized standards for cooling water intakes at large power plants and factories. “This impacts a number of manufacturing facilities, and each one is going to be different,” Chip Yost, assistant vice president for energy at the National Association of Manufacturers, told Bloomberg News. “We’ll have to see … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Cooling Water, Mercury, SCOTUS Air Pollution Case

The Environmental Protection Agency said it will delay publication of its final cooling water intake rule for power plants and industrial facilities until Nov. 20, citing the government shutdown in October, Bloomberg BNA said. The agency was required by a 2010 legal agreement with environmental group Riverkeeper to issue the … Read more »

Translate »