Does RICE NESHAP Affect You?
In January 2013, the EPA finalized its two rulings on National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (RICE). This ruling, which was primarily issued in 2010, affects existing stationary engines using diesel (CI) and natural gas (SI) fuels.
RICE NESHAP Solutions.
The rulings are complex and make it difficult for engine owners to understand if their machinery is affected. Universal AET is here to answer your questions. We are the foremost authority on RICE NESHAP compliance. We’ve presented at several power utility association roundtables and industry conferences as well as discussing compliance requirements with the EPA and state natural resources departments. Universal has developed specific products for RICE NESHAP to provide cost-effective solutions to help engine owners achieve compliance.
RICE NESHAP Compliance Assistance
We have a dedicated team of engineers, designers, and sales associates focused on helping customers understand the EPA RICE NESHAP ruling. Contact us at RICENESHAP@universalaet.com.
Select your situation below to learn more about RICE NESHAP and what steps you must take to comply with the new regulations:
CI/Diesel Engine RICE NESHAP
- Engine distributor seeking CI (Compressed Ignition) RICE NESHAP solutions
- Diesel engine owner or operator
SI/Natural Gas Engine RICE NESHAP
- Engine distributor seeking SI (Spark Ignition) RICE NESHAP solutions
- Natural gas engine owner or operator