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Fact sheet: Hot gas decontamination—ex situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=55&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... and propellants. A hot-gas system designed by the United States Army Environmental Center (USAEC) includes a hot-gas furnace, ducts and fans, a control system and a thermal oxidizer (afterburner). Treatment of contaminated gas emissions occurs in the afterburner, which has a continuous emission monitoring system to control the concentration(s) of contaminant(s

Zero-Emission Vehicle Awareness Initiative | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/energy-efficiency-transportation/resource-library/zero-emission-vehicle-awareness-initiative/22209

Feb 3, 2020 ... that Natural Resources Canada does not receive the documentation package by the deadline for reasons that are beyond your control. Important note: The submission of an application creates no obligation on the part of Natural Resources Canada to provide funding for the proposed project. Date Modified: 2020-02-03

Technology research publications portal | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/maps-tools-publications/publications/energy-publications/publications/13607

Dec 16, 2019 ... Simulations Anomaly Detection of Building Systems Using Energy Demand Frequency Domain Analysis Buildings & Communities Housing PV Ready Guidelines Zoning Duct Design Guide A Manufacturer’s guide to High Performance CSA P.9 Tested Combos Summer shading performance at the Canadian Centre for Housing Technology The zone saver field trial: Utility controlled demand

Fact sheet: Low temperature thermal desorption—ex situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=50&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... Does not apply Ex situ Applies Biological Does not exist Chemical Does not exist Control Does not exist Dissolved contamination Does not exist Free Phase Applies Physical Applies Residual contamination Applies Resorption Applies Thermal Applies State of technology State of technology Exist or Does not exist Testing Does not exist Commercialization Exist Target

List of environmental performance agreements

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-performance-agreements/list.html

Jan 24, 2020 ... industry (2013 to 2018) Objective: To maintain the maximum allowable fenceline concentration for refractory ceramic fibres in ambient air, maintain reporting requirements for refractory ceramic fibres, promote inspection and maintenance of pollution control equipment, and confirm the commitment of the refractory ceramic fibres industry to maintain a product

Improving food and agricultural productivity and the environment : Canadian initiatives in methyl bromide alternatives and emission control technologies / by Michelle Marcotte and Christine Tibelius. Issued jointly by the Research Branch and Environment Bureau, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Environmental Affairs Branch, Industry Sector, Industry Canada. : En21-188/1998E - Government of Canada Publications

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Apr 3, 2013 ...Improving food and agricultural productivity and the environment : Canadian initiatives in methyl bromide alternatives and emission control technologies / by Michelle Marcotte and Christine Tibelius. Issued...: En21-188/1998E Permanent link to this Catalogue record: http://publications.gc.ca/pub?id=9.646070&sl=0 MARC XML format MARC HTML format Publication

Fact sheet: High temperature thermal desorption — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources – Canada.ca

http://gost.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/tfs.aspx?ID=51&lang=eng

Nov 28, 2019 ... to a previously or partially contaminated site, this may be of concern Complementary technologies that improve treatment effectiveness HTTD is frequently used in combination with incineration, solidification/stabilization or dechlorination, depending upon site-specific conditions; Required secondary treatments Control and treatment of air emissions Dust control system

Code of practice for managing particulate matter emissions in the potash sector: chapter 1

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/canadian-environmental-protection-act-registry/publications/code-practice-managing-particulate-matter/chapter-1.html

Oct 16, 2019 ... and to best practices to control PM2.5 emissions, most of which originate from the drying and compacting processes. The code was developed as part of the qualitative BLIERs of Environment and Climate Change Canada’s AQMS policy. The code does not recommend that existing facilities require major technological changes. However, in the design of new facilites, more

Technical factsheet regarding the release of methane and certain volatile organic compounds

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/canadian-environmental-protection-act-registry/factsheet-technical-information-regulations-reduction-methane.html

Jan 8, 2020 ... ≥ 60 000 m3/yr), the regulations introduce operating and maintenance requirements for industry to regularly inspect and repair their equipment and ensure that they control intentional and unintentional emissions. These measures focus on: a general inspection program that requires industry to scan their systems and components three times each year for leaks

Marine Diesel Engines In Small Canadian Vessels No. 04/2018 - Transport Canada

http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/marinesafety/bulletins-2018-04-eng.htm

Mar 19, 2018 .... Currently, small marine engines need the emission control technology Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), to meet the IMO TIER III standards. Transport Canada completed an analysis on the ability to incorporate and operate SCR systems onboard small vessels (less 24 metres) within the Canadian fleet. It was concluded that vessels up to 15 metres in length would have

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