Air pollution regulations vary by region and have become very stringent, especially in California and Texas. Enacted at the federal, state and local level, industrial and commercial boilers are required to meet specific emission requirements that vary for different fuels, boiler sizes, and in some instances total emissions limits from a facility.
It is important to be aware of what type of permitting process is required before a boiler is rented. Depending on the location of the jobsite there may be a lengthy permitting application process, and monitoring and reporting requirements. In addition, some local permits are only applicable for certain time periods, so the duration of the rental boiler may need to be considered.
Nationwide Boiler has boilers in their rental fleet that are pre-permitted to operate in the South Coast Air Quality Management District (Los Angeles area). This allows Nationwide Boiler the ability to quickly supply rental boilers without lengthy permitting processes for end-users located in this area of the country.
Please contact Nationwide Boiler for more information about permitting procedures in your area.