NOx emissions are one of the most heavily regulated air pollutants and the hottest and most discussed topics in air pollution control today. In years past, the requirement to control NOx emissions was largely left to heavy industry. However, today NOx emission limitations are applied to both small and large mobile and stationary sources. Drive a diesel truck? Have to put that blue liquid in the tank? You're controlling NOx. Operate a backup generator at a school or hospital? Chances are it is equipped with a catalytic converter to control NOx. On a larger scale, if you are operating a large combustion source at a chemical plant or refinery, you have spent some time in the last few years estimating your NOx emissions and finding a way to reduce them either administratively or with control devices. This webinar will provide the information you need to understand the combustion chemistry that results in NOx formation and will provide real world examples of combustion and post-combustion technologies for reducing the NOx that is produced from stationar sources. In addition to providing technical details, the webinar will also provide strategies for minimizing the cost of emissions control.