MACT Compliance for Portland Cement Kilns
The deadline for compliance with new Cement MACT rules, published in September, varies depending on whether a kiln is considered "existing" or "new." None, however, have longer than three years (late 2013) to get their ducks in a row. That's not very much time.
Neundorfer's goal for 2011 is to help our Portland cement kiln customers understand what the new regulations mean and to partner on creating cost-effective plans for compliance. To start the conversation, we created a guide to the Cement MACT rules, authored by senior consultant and industry veteran Marlin Anderson. Get your copy here.
What's the best way to proactively address compliance? Our approach, based on many years of experience and some hard-won insights, is to start with an initial planning meeting. During this carefully-designed meeting, involving all stakeholders in a conversation structured around proven techniques for effective brainstorming, we create a plan for collecting comprehensive baseline operating data. This is the first step in a partnership, working together on projects with reasonable, achievable goals. Learn more about environmental compliance and our holistic approach here.