83. Fuel burning equipment referred to in section 75 that uses wood or wood waste containing or saturated with formaldehyde-based glue as fuel and fuel burning equipment that uses other fuel with a rated power equal to or greater than 10 MW must have a system that continuously measures and records the oxygen and carbon monoxide concentration of the gases emitted into the atmosphere.
In addition, in the case of fuel burning equipment referred to in section 75 whose rated power is equal to or greater than 10 MW, the system must also continuously measure and record the opacity or particle concentration of the gases emitted into the atmosphere.
The first and second paragraphs also apply to fuel burning equipment and industrial furnaces whose rated heat capacity or rated power, as the case may be, is equal to or greater than 3 MW and that are supplied with wood or wood waste that has been treated with a product containing a substance referred to in sections 77 and 78.
For the purposes of this section, for the continuous measurement and recording of the particle concentration or opacity of the gases emitted into the atmosphere, all fuel burning equipment or industrial furnaces are considered to be a single unit of equipment or furnace emitting gases through a single stack.
This section applies to existing fuel burning equipment and industrial furnaces as of 30 June 2013, subject to the provisions relating to fuel burning equipment using wood or wood waste containing or saturated with formaldehyde-based glue as fuel that apply as of 30 June 2014. Where a scrubber and a stack must be installed so that the equipment or furnaces comply with the emission standards prescribed by the first paragraphs of section 75 or 80, this section applies as of 30 June 2016.