Clean Air Excellence Awards
Clean Air Technology Award
In 2008, CleanAIR Systems introduced a new emissions control technology, the E-POD, with the successful installation of seven units on diesel engines powering drill rigs operating in Wyoming's Pinedale Anticline Project Area. It offers more than a 90% reduction of NOx and 85% particulate reduction. It also reduces hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide...
The Clean Air Technology Award applies to technological developments (including products or processes) that reduce air pollution from stationary, mobile, or area sources. In addition to the general criteria, the following criteria will be used in assessing each entry:
Clean Air Technology Award Criteria
- The technology is commercially viable and can be widely applied.
- The technology is cost-effective relative to other air pollution control technologies that already exist.
- The technology is developed at the prototype stage or beyond.