MSAPR BC Alberta 

Do You Need Help with MSAPR in BC/Alberta?

Under the Environmental Protection Act 1999, the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations (MSAPR), were developed to reduce industrial emissions across Canada. In June of 2016, the Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations came into force and was developed as part of the Base-level Industrial Emission Requirements (BLIERs). The Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations is broken down into 4 parts:

  • Part 1: Addresses boilers and heaters via classifying them and setting out emission targets 

  • Part 2: Sets out the emission targets for spark ignition engines 

  • Part 3: Focuses on cement plants 

  • Part 4: Outlines the general requirements for the testing of NOx and SOx emissions. 

With the MSAPR, Canada is expected to see substantial emission reductions from these engines, with associated benefits to human health and the environment. It is expected to see a 99 kt reduction from boilers and heaters by 2035, 1932 kt reduction from spark ignition engines and 5.5 kt from the cement industry. 

If you need help managing emissions measurement or with data collection for the MSAPR BC/Alberta.

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