The Daily Breeze has an article about ClearSign’s new project at Torrance refinery. Read the full article here.
A yearlong pilot project using new technology designed to cut nitrogen oxide emissions at the Torrance refinery is expected to win approval Friday from the governing board of the region’s air pollution watchdog.
The Technology Committee of the South Coast Air Quality Management District has recommended the board approve the proposal when it meets at 9 a.m. Friday in Diamond Bar.
The costs of the $960,00 project will be shared equally between the district, PBF Energy, owner of the Torrance refinery, and Seattle-based ClearSign Combustion Corp., creator of the emission-reducing technology.
Read the rest of the article at The Daily Breeze.