The ExxonMobil Rile 1105.1 compliance Project involves the installation of new air pollution control equipment (i.e., two new electrostatic precipitators with associated equipment) on the fluid catalytic cracking unit generator within the boundaries of the existing ExxonMobil Torrance Refinery to comply with SCAQMD Rule 1105.1 to reduce PM10 and ammonia emissions.
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