Addressing Air Quality. And Your Regulatory Compliance Needs.
Companies in a range of industries must abide by air quality standards established by USEPA and state agencies, including to mitigate the effects of greenhouse gases (GHG) and other pollutants, including:
- Carbon Monoxide (CO)
- Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)
- Sulfur Dioxide (SOx)
- Particulate Matter
OnQuest specializes in designing applications and technologies that reduce CO2, NOx and SOx emissions, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). Our experienced professionals provide engineering solutions using a number of methods—pre- and post-combustion—to achieve lower levels during the start-up and operation of process units, including furnaces and heaters.
NOx Reduction Technologies & SCR
Continuing regulation of GHGs and NOx emissions makes up-to-date emissions control a priority. OnQuest helps companies produce lower levels of NOx from fired equipment, including using low-NOx and ultra-low-NOx burners, and reduce NOx concentrations in flue gas streams by installing selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technologies.
Thermal Oxidation Technologies
We can help your operating facility to control and/or reduce emissions of certain VOCs effectively and efficiently, applying thermal oxidation technologies. Organic HAPs such as poly-cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) and solvent vapors can be converted through oxidization to carbon dioxide and water. Thermal oxidation is frequently packaged with other technologies for a comprehensive air quality control system.
Founded in California and familiar with the state's stringent standards for emissions controls and monitoring, OnQuest has professionals who have successfully addressed air pollution challenges in a variety of industrial settings nationwide. For more information, click here.