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EPA Smog Rule Targets Cross-State Air Pollution

The EPA today announced a proposal that targets smog-forming air pollution transported across state lines. The agency says it will reduce summertime emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) from power plants that contribute to downwind ozone problems in the eastern half of the US. The proposed updates to the agency’s … Read more »

Airport Expects Savings Up to $50,000 from CNG Fleet

The Richmond International Airport expects to save between $25,000 and $50,000 per year after converting its fleet to compressed natural gas, according to Green Alternative Systems, which helped the Virginia airport make the switch. This represents a savings of about $1 per gallon compared to diesel fuel. Converting the fleet … Read more »

Acid Maker LSB Agrees NOx Limits with EPA

LSB Industries Inc., the largest merchant manufacturer of concentrated nitric acid in North America, will pay an estimated $6.3 million to $11.7 million to meet nitrogen oxide emission limits that are among the lowest for the industry in the US, the EPA and Department of Justice announced today. LSB and four … Read more »

Energy Users Could Pay for NOx Rules

Energy Users Could Pay for NOx Rules

A major Florida utility is exploring how to pass the cost of EPA nitrogen oxide regulations on to its customers, the Miami Herald reports. To comply with air quality guidelines issued in 2010, Florida Power & Light – a subsidiary of NextEra Energy – decided to replace all 48 of … Read more »

Teijin NOx Emissions Reduction Device

Teijin Device Reduces Ships’ NOx Emissions

Teijin Engineering has developed a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) denitration device for midsized ship engines to ensure compliance with the Tier III nitrogen oxides emissions regulation, which goes into effect in 2016. The company says ship tests have demonstrated that the device can reduce NOx emissions by 80 percent. The … Read more »

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