In the oil and gas industry, energy management and efficiency is a top priority. When heaters become oversized and emit too much carbon monoxide, not only is it a safety hazard for your staff and community, but it can also result in negative environmental impacts.
Join Doyle on the latest episode of Donuts with Doyle as he discusses carbon monoxide regulations in the industry and how Tulsa Heaters Midstreams creates solutions.
The first step in overcoming carbon monoxide emissions is to understand the regulations set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA sets national air quality standards to protect the public's health and welfare. If your oil and gas heater produces too much carbon monoxide, it is crucial to follow the regulations set by the EPA. Our team spends hours staying up-to-date on these regulations so we can help ensure our clients are always in compliance.
To reduce carbon monoxide emissions, work with our experienced team who can quickly assess and advise on the best course of action. We can adjust gas flow or perform a complete overhaul or replacement if necessary.
Our team will monitor and record accurate readings to inform emission reduction strategies, saving time and money. Regular maintenance of heating equipment is also recommended to ensure efficient operation and minimize the risk of malfunction and carbon monoxide emissions.