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Emisstar Completes 2-Year Emission Control Technology Showcase
Date:7/29/2008

NEW YORK, July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the largest and most technologically innovative diesel emission reduction projects in the U.S. has just been completed, Emisstar LLC announced today, at the NYC Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP's) Croton Water Treatment Plant in the Bronx, NY. Since 2005, construction equipment emissions of particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) were reduced by 0.7 tons and by 1.2 tons respectively, representing cumulative total emission reductions of 96.5% at the project site.

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"By all measures the Croton project exceeded everyone's expectations," remarked Emisstar Principal Glenn P. Goldstein. "From the sheer size of the undertaking, the number of new technologies deployed, the conclusive results achieved and validated for the construction workers on-site, city agencies and the community-at-large, this project pushed the envelope of what is achievable and has advanced our collective scientific understanding in the field of emissions control and measurement."

"DEP's partnership with Emisstar used state-of-the-art technology to substantially reduce emissions from equipment at the Croton site," said DEP Commissioner Emily Lloyd. "It is an important part of DEP's overall efforts to minimize the impacts that projects have on on-site workers and local communities."

The Croton Water Treatment Project is recognized as the first official implementation of "Best Available Technology" under NYC Local Law 77 to reduce diesel emissions from construction equipment on public works contracts, ultimately improving air quality and addressing public health concerns. The law requires the use of emissions control technology on non-road diesel engines over fifty horsepower used at City construction sites. Emisstar led the consulting engineering and implement
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