Cap-and-Trade Program for greenhouse gases (GHG) became effective on Jan. 1,
2012. The program – a central element of the state’s landmark “Global Warming
Solutions Act” (AB32) – is currently applicable only to facilities that emit
25,000 metric tons of CO2-equivalent compounds per year.
Check out the May 2017 issue of Industrial Heating, which includes features on Ford's $1.2 billion investment in three Michigan facilities, a roundup of heat-treat process-verification articles, and much more.