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After completion of this course, learners will be able to explain general approaches and technology-specific controls for reducing emissions of particulate matter (PM), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOx), and volatile organic compounds (VOC). Specifically, learners will be able to:
  • Identify common sources of air pollution requiring air pollution control.
  • Explain general approaches for reducing emissions.
  • Explain what control technologies are.
  • List common stationary source control technologies for PM.
  • Describe common stationary source control technologies for PM.
  • List some factors to consider when choosing a stationary source control technology for PM.
  • List common stationary source control technologies for NOx.
  • Describe common stationary source control technologies for NOx.
  • List common stationary source control technologies for SOx.
  • Describe common stationary source control technologies for SOx.
  • List common stationary source control technologies for VOC.
  • Describe common stationary source control technologies for VOC.
The course takes approximately 75 minutes to complete.
BASC104-SI: Controlling Air Pollution
Controlling Air Pollution

BASC104-SI Course Exam

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