The Government of Canada’s #MSAPR regulations are another year closer to the January 1, 2021 1st phase NOX limit deadline for pre-existing engines. As of July 1, 2017 the first registration and compliance report for modern engines (engines newer than September 15, 2016 manufacture date) was due to the Government of Canada.
With the slower development strategies of some of our clients, this registration was not an arduous task given that many have not been spending large in the development of new sites. With the uptick in the economic outlook on the new years ahead, this is looking to increase in production. With that in mind, companies need to have the compliance information in hand and in a system that will be used in the future as the MSAPR regulations come into full force.
What is your company developing for their plan to meet the MSAPR deadlines?
We at EMS Inc. have been working closely with developers, testers and those in the regulatory body to ensure that our training and testing equipment will meet the standards of the regulation while being mindful of this added expense to our clients maintenance budgets. Contacts we have made in the industry will also help us to provide options for the implementation of control strategies for meeting and exceeding the guidelines mandated by the government. The next couple of years will be important for your company to set out the system of documentation and reporting/testing strategies to meet the regulations ahead of the January 1, 2021 deadline.