RECLAIM Compliance Assistance for SCAQMD Users

REgional CLean Air Incentives Market (RECLAIM)

It is a well-known fact that the state of California has the most stringent emissions requirements in the country, and for decades the state has been ratcheting down specifically on emissions related to stationary equipment, including boilers and fired heaters. The South Coast's implementation of RECLAIM, the world's first comprehensive market program for reducing air pollution, was established to help clean up our air more effectively than traditional regulations. To do this, the program calls for more stringent emissions regulations on NOx and other harmful air pollutants, while providing trading credits and other incentives to companies in order to meet these new limits.

The program has transitioned to a command-and-control regulatory structure, which is an ongoing process that will modify existing rules established specifically for RECLAIM facilities. A revision to Rule 1146 has now been adopted:

     - Group I units (greater than or equal to 75 MMBTu/hr) are now regulated to 5 ppm NOx

     - Group II units (20 - 75 MMBTu/hr) are also regulated to 5 ppm NOx, if the existing permit limit is greater than 12 ppm

Does your facility fall into the RECLAIM bubble? If so, Nationwide Boiler can assist with bringing your stationary equipment up to current standards and in compliance with the latest rules and regulations. With over 150 successful installations, our CataStak SCR system is proven to reduce NOx emissions to as low as 2.5 ppm on boilers, fired heaters, and other demanding applications.

Contact us today to get started! 1-800-227-1966

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