Air Liquide introduces unique EPA protocol gases


Air Liquide America Specialty Gases, LLC (ALASG) has recently introduced two SCOTT™ brand EPA protocol calibration gas mixtures, set to offer help to facilities nationwide as greenhouse gas legislation tightens.

ALASG expects the introduction of the mixtures to help approximately 10,000 facilities nationwide to comply with new legislation governing greenhouse gas emissions.

Effective as of 1st January 2010, the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases Rule will require large emitters of heat-trapping emissions to begin collecting greenhouse gas (GHG) data.

Generally, the EPA’s greenhouse gas rule calls for direct measurement of emissions from certain units that already are required to collect and report data using continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMs). To meet this additional monitoring requirement, Air Liquide is offering four and five-component SCOTT GHG EPA protocol calibration mixtures that include methane and carbon dioxide (CO2).

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