Fugitive emissions have become an increasingly critical area of interest for chemical processing and refining facilities.
Fugitive emissions have become an increasingly critical area of interest for chemical processing and refining facilities. If left unmitigated, these uncontrolled leaks can be detrimental to a facility’s bottom line—and not just in the form of lost system gases that can lead to waste. Fugitive emissions can also lead to fines if the facility is found to be noncompliant with current emissions regulations.
With the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other regulatory bodies reaching agreements with companies to reduce fugitive emissions, it is imperative to increase understanding of these potentially costly leaks and to understand how to mitigate them within a plant’s fluid systems.
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