Get Ready for RICE NESHAP Compliance
RICE: Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine
NESHAP: National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
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RICE NESHAP Basics
The RICE NESHAP (Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants) sets the limits for emissions of formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, acrolein, methanol and nearly 200 other toxic compounds from stationary diesel and gas engines, using formaldehyde as the regulated emission.
The EPA estimates that more than a million stationary gas and diesel engines at major and area sources may be affected by this rule and has set the following dates for compliance:
• Non-Emergency Diesel (CI) Engines by May 13, 2013.
• Non-Emergency Gas (SI) Engines by October 13, 2013.
The EPA has determined that carbon monoxide (CO) can be used as an appropriate surrogate for formaldehyde. Since testing for CO emissions has many advantages over testing for emissions of HAPs, most of the emission standards have been finalized in terms of CO as the only regulated pollutant.
Download information below for EPA RICE NESHAP in PDF format: