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Proposed regulations for boilers and heaters NOx emissions: what impacts on your operation?
Organized by the PAPTAC Energy Community / Organisé par la Communauté PAPTAC de l'énergie

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  When / quand: Jan. 10, 2013
13:00 – 13:45 ET (English)
14h00 – 14h45 (Français)

Registration / inscription: Free for PAPTAC members / Gratuit pour les membres
50 $ for non-members / pour les non-membres
  Speaker / Conférencier: Bob Larocque – FPAC

E-mail Carmie Lato at ([email protected]) to confirm your presence or call 514-392-6969.
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Environment Canada is proposing two new emission regulations that may greatly impact pulp and paper industry on both environmental and technical sides. The Boilers and Heaters proposed regulations would cover existing and new gaseous-fuel fired non-utility boilers and heaters. The proposed regulations would apply NOx limits and require monitoring and reporting of NOx emissions. The proposed engines regulations would apply only to new natural gas fired engines and would require monitoring, reporting, maintenance plan and commitment to operate the engine as per manufacturer’s specifications, loosing the benefits of optimization. During this webinar, Bob Larocque, director environment with Forest Products Association of Canada will talk about the new regulations, the new requirements and the potential impacts on mill operation with a focus on boilers and engines energy performance.

Robert Larocque
Director, Environment

Bob Larocque joined FPAC in April 2011 as Director, Environment. Bob works with members companies on policy and technical issues relating to environmental regulations. He is also responsible for environmental data collection and sustainability reporting for the pulp and paper and wood products sectors.

Before joining FPAC, Bob held several positions at Environment Canada in regard to mitigating the risk of toxic substances on the environment. He also worked previously as a process engineer in a large pulp mill.

Bob holds a B.Sc. in chemical engineering from the University of Ottawa.

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