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Sector Based Pollution Prevention-Toxic Reductions through Energy Efficiency and Conservation Among Industrial Boilers

Published By Delta Institute

  • Published August 2002
  • 39 Page(s)

In July of 1999, the Delta Institute launched a partnership with the Council of Industrial Boiler Owners to achieve emission reductions of Binational Toxics Strategy Level I and Level II pollutants from industrial boilers through the implementation of selected energy efficiency technologies and methods. The project hypothesized that energy efficiency measures offer significant opportunities to reduce both energy consumption and emissions of Binational Toxics Strategy substances from industrial boilers.

 

 

 

 



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