Canada’s proposed Regulations Respecting Reduction in the Release of Volatile Organic Compounds (Petroleum Sector) will require the implementation of comprehensive Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs at Canadian petroleum refineries, upgraders and certain petrochemical facilities. Among other requirements, the proposed regulation will require that the operator of each affected facility implement an LDAR program.
Implementing an LDAR program is no small undertaking. On the most basic level, LDAR is simply finding and fixing leaks. However, not all leaks are easily identified. So what options do facilities have when developing the LDAR monitoring practices, intended to identify these leaking components, within their LDAR programs? During this 1 hour webinar, Trinity Consultants will be providing a comparison of Method 21 and Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) LDAR monitoring practices and provide key considerations when selecting a monitoring practice for your LDAR program.
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Trinity Consultants is an environmental consulting company that specializes in industrial air quality issues. With offices nationwide and in China and the Middle East, they help organizations comply with applicable environmental regulatory requirements and optimize environmental performance for long-term sustainability....
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