95. The fuel burning equipment referred to in sections 88 and 89 and every industrial furnace referred to in section 92 with a rated heat capacity or rated power, as the case may be, equal to or greater than 3 MW, must have a system that continuously measures and records the oxygen and carbon monoxide concentration in the gases emitted into the atmosphere.
In addition, if the fuel burning equipment or industrial furnace has a rated heat capacity or a rated power, as the case may be, greater than 15 MW, the system required under the first paragraph must also continuously measure and record the particle concentration or opacity of the gases emitted into the atmosphere, except for fuel burning equipment or an industrial furnace supplied exclusively with gaseous fuel.
Fuel burning equipment referred to in the second paragraph must have a system that continuously measures and records the concentration of nitrogen oxides emitted into the atmosphere if fuels in a liquid or gaseous state constitute at least 50% of the total heat input.
For the purposes of the second paragraph, all fuel burning equipment or a series of industrial furnaces is considered to be a single unit of equipment or a single furnace if the combustion gases are emitted through a single stack.
An industrial furnace using combustible materials for which section 92 prescribes a destruction and removal efficiency equal to or greater than 99.9999% must have a system that continuously measures and records the feed rate of the fuels and the hydrogen chloride concentration in the gases emitted into the atmosphere. Sections 84 and 85 apply, with the necessary modifications, to the industrial furnaces to which this section applies.
This section applies to existing fuel burning equipment and industrial furnaces as of 30 June 2012.
O.C. 501-2011, s. 95; O.C. 1228-2013, s. 17.