Air pollution control equipment is a vital component of industrial processes that cannot be neglected. This equipment removes Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) from the air, like sulfuric gases, fumes, odors and vapors. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, such as the Clean Air Act and the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), limit the type and quantity of VOCs and HAPs industrial manufacturing facilities may emit during processing. It’s important to respect these regulations not only from a business standpoint, but from the perspective of community health and ethics. VOCs and HAPs pose a threat to the environment, local ecosystems and human health. They result, for example, in acid rain, smog, carbon emissions and overall climate change. Furthermore, 188 regulated HAPs have been definitely linked or are suspected to be linked to cancer, birth defects and other serious problems.