By answering a series of simple successive questions, owners and operators of boilers or process heaters can navigate through the complex boiler NESHAP rules, determine what requirements are applicable, and obtain regulatory information associated with their specific boiler or heater under the NESHAP standards.
|6J resources||6J tools and forms|
Tune-ups and energy assessments
Notification of compliance status (NOCS)
|EPA videos to help with understanding the area source boiler requirements|
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|March 28, 2013 SBEAP Archived Webinar: Environmental regulations (not safety) for boilers
Presentation also available asPDF download.
- 5D guidance sheet from KDHE [pdf]
- 5D initial notification form [pdf]
- 5D supplemental information for initial notification form [pdf]
- Boiler MACT Technical Assistance Program website from U.S. Department of Energy [pdf]
- EPA Summary of Energy Assessment Requirements for Major Source Boilers and Process Heaters
- EPA Major Source Boilers and Process Heaters: Small Entity Compliance Guide [pdf]
- EPA Boiler MACT:Questions and Answers
- EPA Boiler MACT Energy Credits
- Fact sheet: Potential Air Regulations for Boilers (New Source Peformance Standard Subpart Dc) [PDF]
- The necessary forms for registering boilers subject to the small boiler NSPS are available at www.kdheks.gov/air-permit/download.html. Boilers between 10 and 100 MMBtu/hr heat input capacity and installed after June 9, 1989 are subject to this regulation.
- The obtain appropriate registration/approval for Kansas boilers, apply through the Kansas Environmental Information Management System, or KEIMS at www.kdheks.gov/bar/doe-keims-panels.html.
- Updating boilers to improve efficiency fact sheet (non-regulatory)[PDF]
June 22, 2016 SBEAP Archived Webinar: Reducing boiler energy use and emissions