A change in the definition of what a “remote” site is in EPA’s NESHAP Subpart ZZZZ air compliance regulations could bring good news for companies with stationary reciprocating internal combustion engines (RICE). Stationary RICE engines are typically used at natural gas compressor stations, for other uses in the oil and gas industry and for landfills.
The modified definition, which went into effect January 30, 2016, makes a change to what is considered to be “remote.” If a company’s RICE is remote, the engine will be exempt from Subpart ZZZZ requirements for initial compliance testing.
According to the new rule, a remote engine is now considered to be:
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