Technology EPA backs model for estimating HAPs, VOCs from glycol dehydrators

10/16/1995
Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor A research branch of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has conducted field tests to evaluate a computer program's effectiveness in estimating emissions of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at glycol dehydrators. Test results of the program, GRI-GLYCalc, have led the laboratory to recommend, in an intra-agency memorandum issued earlier this year, that the program be included in EPA's guidance for state and local agencies that are developing emissions inventories to meet Clean Air Act requirements. GRI-GLYCalc is a personal computer-based emissions model developed by the Gas Research In...
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