Scott Greenhouse Gas (GHG) EPA Protocols
Air Liquide offers Scott Brand Greenhouse Gas EPA
protocol calibration standards for compliance with
greenhouse gas emission standards.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases Rule requires 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.
Air Liquide offers four and five-component Scott GHG EPA protocol calibration mixtures that include methane and carbon dioxide. The mixtures enable facilities to monitor emissions more efficiently and economically by allowing them to monitor CO, CO2, CH4, NOx, and SO2 using a single calibration gas standard.
Electric utilities and other sources have historically monitored and reported carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitric oxide emissions for the EPA’s Acid Rain Program and have required highly accurate calibration gas mixtures made per EPA traceability protocol. Air Liquide’s innovative technologies help to curb polluting emissions, lower industry’s energy use, recover and reuse natural resources, and contribute to the development of energies of tomorrow.
Call 1.800.217.2688 or contact us to learn more about Scott Brand Greenhouse Gas (GHG) EPA Protocols.