|Power / Integrated Control Division|
Power / Integrated Control Division members are focused on air pollution emissions from a specific industrial sector, the fossil-fueled electrical generation industry, so this division does not focus on a specific pollutant. Traditionally, the Power / Integrated Control Division deal with technical issues related to the control of particulate matter, SO2, and SO3 however, air pollution issues arising from the control of many types of pollutants within this sector can straddle the different ICAC divisions.
The regulatory drivers for the Power Division include all of the drivers for the NOx, Mercury Control, GHG, and Emissions Measurement divisions. A key driver is the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) rule for emissions of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), such as mercury, HCl, and heavy metals, from the electrical generation industry. Other recently proposed and finalized regulations specific to the electrical generation industry that the Power/ Integrated Control Division interacts with include water effluent guidelines, cooling water intake regulations, and the control of coal combustion residuals.
White Papers and Other Documents:
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2017 Washington Clean Air Summit
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