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In striving to solve the critical issues facing today's society, one would consider pollution, climate change, financial losses, and threats to health and safety as legitimate concerns. In efforts to reduce impact of the aforementioned issues, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed fugitive emissions compliance programs in which companies in the refining and chemical industry are legally bound to run compliant Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs. These programs specify criteria for record keeping and reporting, which may in turn be audited by enforcement agencies to ensure that chemical processing equipment is being consistently monitored and proper measurements are being taken.
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