Guidebook Keeps Air Pollution Managers in the Know
CleanAIR Systems of Santa Fe, N.M., a manufacturer of emissions control systems, has released a newly revised version of its Emissions and Product Guidebook.
In light of the ongoing battle in the Supreme Court between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board over emission regulations, the guidebook provides a timely resource of regulatory information geared toward air pollution professionals, environmental and engineering consultants, as well as engine equipment dealers.
The hyperlinked 80-page PDF e-book is distributed as a no-cost service to qualifying companies and consultants, offering up-to-date air quality information based mainly on emissions standards for stationary engines and off-road vehicles. Compiled as an all-in-one resource, the guidebook places state and federal information at hand, when quick answers to tough questions are needed.
Including easy-to-read emissions charts, the guidebook offers the following:
• California Air Resources Board -- Current regulatory information, emissions summary charts, a directory of Air Quality Agencies and resource links.
• Environmental Protection Agency – Nonroad and stationary regulatory information, emissions summary charts, resource links.
• Frequently Asked Questions related to emissions control.
• Buyer's FAQs/Buyer's checklist – points to be aware of when purchasing emissions control products.
• Links to funding resources.
• European Union -- Current regulations.
• Texas Commission of Environmental Quality – Links to regulations and resources.
• New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- Links to regulations and resources.
• New Jersey Division of Environmental Protection Division of Air Quality -- Links to regulations and resources.
• Emissions control product information from CleanAIR Systems.
To request a copy, consultants and equipment dealers can go to www.cleanairsys.com or send an email request to email@example.com
Since its October 2007 release, more than 2,000 copies of the guidebook have been downloaded by air pollution professionals.