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Regulatory Gridlock - Strategies for Complying with both OSHA and EPA Requirements for Ventilation Projects

By Jillana Scharfenberg

September 29, 2020

In industrial ventilation design, it is necessary to consider both applicable EPA environmental regulations and OSHA’s health & safety regulations. Depending on the types and concentrations of pollutants involved, ventilation design may need to consider stack-venting of process emissions or possibly recirculation – either of which may require air pollution control devices. This presentation will help you to factor regulatory considerations into your design of industrial ventilation systems, which must satisfy the dual objectives of controlling worker exposures to air contaminants and limiting emissions to the environment.

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