MATS

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AcronymDefinition
MATSMid-America Trucking Show (Louisville, KY)
MATSMercury and Air Toxics Standards (US EPA)
MATSMilitary Air Transport Service
MATSMaster of Arts in Theological Studies (degree)
MATSMediterranean Air Transport Service (US and UK)
MATSMontgomery Area Transit System (Montgomery, Alabama)
MATSManual of Air Traffic Services
MATSMuskegon Area Transit System
MATSMaterial Squadron (USAF)
MATSMichigan Association of Township Supervisors
MATSModel Attainment Test System (environment)
MATSMobile Automatic Telephone System
MATSMateriel Armywide Tracking System
MATSMicrosoft Automated Troubleshooting System (software)
MATSMaterial Acquisition Technical Support
MATSMultiple Address Translation Services
MATSMetro Access Transmission Services Inc
MATSManual-Automatic Transmission Study
MATSMore Able and Talented Students
MATSMaintenance and Traffic Simulator
MATSManagement Action Tracking System
MATSMultiple-Antenna Transmission System
MATSMetropolitan Area Transport Service
MATSMultiparticipant Airbattle Training System
MATSMetallic Access and Test System
MATSManpower Authorization Tracking System
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The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards are a key water and air quality safeguard protecting our kids health and the environment.
The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, implemented in 2011 by EPA to limit U.S.
Bush and now represents some energy firms, said the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards represented the "most egregious" example of the Obama administration relying on incidental benefits to argue that a regulation was cost effective.
In turn, CORMETECH products are helping operators at coal-firing plants and other industrial facilities meet their requirements under regulation such as MATS (Mercury and Air Toxics Standards), which sets the standards for allowable levels of mercury emissions.
The Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) Rule prescribes emission standards for new sources of these emissions and targets most coal and oil-fired power plants in the United States, requiring drastic reductions in emissions of mercury, arsenic, chromium and other metals found by the EPA to be potentially hazardous to public health.
The Low-Level 81iL calibrator measures low levels of mercury and provides added flexibility to help power plants comply with EPA's Utility Mercury and Air Toxics Standards [MATS).
The Utility MACT / Mercury and Air Toxics Standards
The company will offer turnkey engineering, procurement and construction for implementing modern air quality control technologies that will decrease mercury emissions to bring the units in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency's Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
The standards are accompanied by a Presidential Memorandum that directs the EPA to use tools provided in the Clean Air Act to implement the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards in a cost-effective manner that ensures electric reliability.
Earlier this year the EPA proposed new "Mercury and Air Toxics Standards" regulating mercury emissions from utilities across the country, with the goal of reducing the amount of mercury emitted by coal burning by 91 percent by 2016.
Power Plant Mercury and Air Toxics Standards: Overview of Proposed Rule And Impacts.
14, APHA and 18 other organizations said that existing Mercury and Air Toxics Standards are an EPA success story, achieving a 90 percent reduction in mercury emissions.