Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulation

The primary purpose of the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations (MSAPR regulations), made under the authority of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, is to protect the environment and health of Canadians by setting mandatory, nationally consistent air pollutant emission standards for nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulphur dioxide (SO2) from the cement sector and from the boilers, heaters and stationary spark-ignition engines that are used in several industrial sectors at a level that is consistent across the country.

Air pollutant emissions negatively affect human health, place a burden on the health care system, degrade the environment and have an adverse impact on the economy. In particular, air pollution can worsen existing conditions, such as asthma and heart disease, as well as drive daily changes in ozone and fine particulate matter that are associated with increased hospital admissions, medical visits, and premature deaths.

The Web application tool allows the oil and gas companies to analyze their engine fleet by simulating the application of different technologies based on regulations and engine types. After applying the technologies, the system shows the user the possible NOx Emissions. Helping the companies make wiser decisions by providing prospective project costs and return on investment using visual and interactive elements

Technologies used: ASP.NET, SQL Server, HTML, MVC, C#, JavaScript, CSS, HTML 5, Azure Web

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