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  • State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

    "Boiler" means fuel burning equipment used to produce hot water or steam. "Commercial boiler" means a boiler used in commercial establishments such as hotels, restaurants, and laundries to provide electricity, steam, and/or hot water. "Department" means the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.Learn More

  • NYC DEP CATS Information

    Please be advised that application numbers starting with 'C' are associated to boilers, 'P' are associated with industrials and 'G' are associated with Gas stations. If you have any questions please contact CATS Online Permitting System at [email protected] or call us at 718-595-3855 .Learn More

  • The Environmental Protection Agency and Boiler MACT

    Apr 10, 2012 · April 10, 2012. "Boiler MACT" is the name given to national emission standards being promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency in an effort to curb emissions of hazardous air pollutants (HAP) from industrial boilers and process heaters. The regulation imposes standards and emission limits for more than 200,000 boilers used in Learn More

  • Used Oil - Waste Management Fact Sheets

    Jul 01, 1996 · A used oil generator may initiate a shipment of off-specification used oil only to a used oil burner who has a USEPA identification number and who burns the used oil in an industrial furnace or boiler. Such generators are subject to the following requirements: Analysis showing the used oil is …Learn More

  • DOCUMENT RESUME SE 018 643 TITLE Operator's Manual, …

    United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Contract No. Liming21 David Sage, Inc. New York City, New York. 11111. SUPPLEMENT A. Operators Manual. Boiler Room OperationsLearn More

  • Boiler Filing Requirements - New York City

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Bureau of Environmental Compliance 59-17 Junction Boulevard, 9th Floor, Flushing, New York 11373 Records Control (718) 595–3855. Boiler Filing Requirements. 1. I. Boiler Registration I – 350,000 BTU/hr to less than 2.8 million BTU/hr heat inputLearn More

  • United States Announces Settlement of Civil Action

    Over 1,300 of NYCDOE's oil-fired boilers, at approximately 566 school facilities, became subject to the Area Source Boiler Rule in 2014. These regulations require boiler operators to conduct regular tune-ups and submit reports to the EPA about the status of all boilers subject to the rule.Learn More

  • Are your buried oil lines protected?, Bureau of

    Unprotected, buried lines can corrode, leading to an oil leak. Check to see if the line from your oil tank to the burner on your furnace or boiler that is buried in the floor of your basement has a sleeve on it. If it does not, then it must be replaced. Call your licensed oil burner technician.Learn More

  • PPC 9495.1986(03) BURNING USED OIL IN SPACE HEATERS

    BURNING USED OIL IN SPACE HEATERS, INDUSTRIAL FURNACES, AND BOILERS UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY FEB 13 1986 Mr. Don Igenfritz Sales Administrator and Special Projects Paul's Heating/Construction Company P.O. Box 1455 Fairbanks, Alaska 99707 Dear Mr. Ilgenfritz: Karen Brown, the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's)Learn More

  • Chapter 2 Boiler 101: typical NYC residential heating system

    NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection issues certificates for boilers that are rated over 2.8 million BTU/hr, and issues registrations for boilers that are rated between 350,000 BTU/hr and 2.8 million BTU/hour. These figures exclude very large sources (power plants) and small sources (individual homes). DEP does not exercise regulatoryLearn More

  • United States Announces Settlement of Civil Action

    Over 1,300 of NYCDOE's oil-fired boilers, at approximately 566 school facilities, became subject to the Area Source Boiler Rule in 2014. These regulations require boiler operators to conduct regular tune-ups and submit reports to the EPA about the status of all boilers subject to the rule.Learn More

  • State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

    "Boiler" means fuel burning equipment used to produce hot water or steam. "Commercial boiler" means a boiler used in commercial establishments such as hotels, restaurants, and laundries to provide electricity, steam, and/or hot water. "Department" means the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.Learn More

  • Department of Environmental Protection

    Environmental Protection is amending Chapter 2 of Title 15 of the Rules of the City of New York to prohibit the use of fuel oil grade numbers 4 and 6 in heat and hot water boilers and burners, unless it can be demonstrated that the emissionsLearn More

  • Environmental Management Plan (EMP)

    Apr 08, 2011 · Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Code of Federal Regulation Title Environmental Management Plan 7 1. Boilers – Harper College will has four (4) high pressure, natural gas-fired boilers and two (2) low pressure, natural-gas fire boilers. The following is a list of the virgin or re-refined distillate oil,Learn More

  • Connecticut Department of Boilers at Area Sources

    and Environmental Protection Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Work Practice Requirements • No numeric emission limits for oil or biomass boilers • Tune ups every other year –First tune-up to be completed on or before March 21, 2014Learn More

  • Connecticut Department of Boilers at Area Sources

    and Environmental Protection Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Particulate Matter Emission Limits BIOMASS-FIRED BOILERS: – 0.03 lb/MMtu PM (≥30 MMtu/hr) – 0.07 lb/MMBtu PM (<30 MMBtu/hr) OIL-FIRED BOILERS: – 0.03 lb/MMBtu PMLearn More

  • Background document: AP-42 Section 1.3 Fuel Oil Combustion

    79979204Suplemnt.BReportsChptr0101-03.002 (Liming) 2-2 2.4.1 Mid-Sized Fuel Oil Fired Boilers Supplement E Based on new NOx data collected, revised emission factors are presented for oil fired boilers (>100 MMBtu/hr) equipped with Low NOx burners and flue gas recirculation. All of the data used in this analysis originated from four sources; 1) a search of theLearn More