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Upcoming Webinars
Collapse Regulation of Condensable Particulate Matter- The Big Picture

Why is CPM important from a Health and Regulatory Perspective?; How Are CPM Regulated in Ambient Standards, New Source Review, Construction and Operating Permits; An Overview of EPA analytical Method Issues; Panel Discussion on Measurement and Permitting issues with US EPA, Laboratory and Industry Representatives: Q&A

 

Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: February 04, 2015
MORE INFOMORE INFO Regulation of Condensable Particulate Matter- The Big Picture
Collapse Issues in Measurement of Condensable Particulates

Method 202—History, Revisions, Updates and 2014 Interim Guidance; Where the EPA Method works and where it does not; Low and high level results– Dilution and Alternative Methods; Best Practices and Shared Experience ;Where Are We Going? Panel Discussion with US EPA, Laboratory, Consultant and Industry representatives, (Q&A).

Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: February 11, 2015
MORE INFOMORE INFO Issues in Measurement of Condensable Particulates
Collapse Taking Your Career to a New Level

Thhis webinar will include making the move from entry level to junior staff, moving up the ladder to management, and overcoming common challenges associated with these transitions.  The discussion will include lesson learned, experiences, and career advice from supervisors that have walked the same path of career growth.  Scheduling time to discuss employee development is often a challenge.  Threfore, for managers this webinar is a great opportunity to provide your staff with basic information that benefits them and your entire origanization. For young professionals, this webinar is an opportunity to learn from others and let managers know you're interested in taking the next step in your career.

 

This webinar is a joint webinar with A&WMA and AIChE

 

If you are an AIChE member you will be able to use your special discount code.  This will take place during the registration process.

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Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: February 12, 2015
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
MORE INFOMORE INFO Taking Your Career to a New Level
Collapse Getting Permits and Emissions to Condensable Particulates  (You Can’t Pretend it is PM-10 Anymore)

Issues in New Source Permits for New Plants or Modifications; Case studies and key lesson learned on Condensable Particulate Matter Permitting and Compliance; What Sources have Emissions Factors? (And which ones do not) ; Alternative Emission Estimates; Other issues including Secondary Formation, models, Appendix W Update Panel Discussion with US EPA and Industry Representatives, Q & A.

Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: February 25, 2015
MORE INFOMORE INFO Getting Permits and Emissions to Condensable Particulates  (You Can’t Pretend it is PM-10 Anymore)
Collapse Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session I

This webinar series is for new and experienced environmental professionals

interested in learning how to manage the impact of Clean Air Act Title V operating

permits, streamline monitoring, and standardize permits across jurisdictions. It

provides strategies on how to ensure compliance while minimizing operational

intrusions required by Title V permits. Example permit conditions are discussed to

illustrate how agencies and companies have approached compliance

demonstration requirements. Information on when to re-open a permit and the

modification process will be provided. Webinar attendees will learn about:

 

  • The origins of each Title V permit condition
  • Which permit conditions are negotiable
  • Resources for developing unique and flexible permit condition options
  • Opportunities to reduce Title V permit deviations

 

 

Session 1: Tuesday, March 17th

Title V Applicability by pollutant and location

Permitting to thresholds below Title V applicability

 Rules and requirements required to be included in your Title V permit (and those that are not required)

Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: March 17, 2015
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
MORE INFOMORE INFO Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session I
Collapse Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session II

This webinar series is for new and experienced environmental professionals

interested in learning how to manage the impact of Clean Air Act Title V operating

permits, streamline monitoring, and standardize permits across jurisdictions. It

provides strategies on how to ensure compliance while minimizing operational

intrusions required by Title V permits. Example permit conditions are discussed to

illustrate how agencies and companies have approached compliance

demonstration requirements. Information on when to re-open a permit and the

modification process will be provided. Webinar attendees will learn about:

 

  • The origins of each Title V permit condition
  • Which permit conditions are negotiable
  • Resources for developing unique and flexible permit condition options
  • Opportunities to reduce Title V permit deviations

 

Session 2:   Wednesday, March 18th 

Title V applications, including required and suggested application contents

Tools for reviewing regulations and streamlined permit applications             

Dissecting Title V permits from various agencies and finding publicly available permits.

Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: March 18, 2015
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
MORE INFOMORE INFO Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session II
Collapse Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session III

This webinar series is for new and experienced environmental professionals

interested in learning how to manage the impact of Clean Air Act Title V operating

permits, streamline monitoring, and standardize permits across jurisdictions. It

provides strategies on how to ensure compliance while minimizing operational

intrusions required by Title V permits. Example permit conditions are discussed to

illustrate how agencies and companies have approached compliance

demonstration requirements. Information on when to re-open a permit and the

modification process will be provided. Webinar attendees will learn about:

 

  • The origins of each Title V permit condition
  • Which permit conditions are negotiable
  • Resources for developing unique and flexible permit condition options
  • Opportunities to reduce Title V permit deviations

 

Session 3: Thursday, March 19th 

Title V compliance requirements

Title V deviation reporting

Title V renewal application requirements

 

 

Formats Available: Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: March 19, 2015
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
MORE INFOMORE INFO Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session III

Archived Webinars

Date Available
Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session III Jan 28, 2015
Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session II Jan 28, 2015
Title V Permitting: Maximizing Flexibility, Enhancing Compliance: Session I Jan 28, 2015
Taking Your Career to a New Level Jan 08, 2015
An Update on Canadian Climate Policy Dec 22, 2014
Successful Mainstream Deammonification - Saving the Bay and Much More Nov 13, 2014
EPA's 111 (d) Oct 20, 2014
Regulation of Nanotechnology: Practical Information for Industry, Researchers and Other Stakeholders Oct 17, 2014
The Role of the Climate Action Reserve in the Carbon World and an Overview of California's Economy Wide Cap-and-Trade Market Oct 15, 2014
An Introduction to Vapor Intrusion - What You Need to Know Now Jun 06, 2014
Getting the Most from Every Drop - The Latest Developments in Water Recycling Apr 25, 2014
Day Three: Permitting the Majors (or BACT to Basics): Gary McCutchen's Basic NSR Workshop Mar 28, 2014
Day Two: Permitting the Majors (or BACT to Basics): Gary McCutchen's Basic NSR Workshop Mar 27, 2014
Day One: Permitting the Majors (or BACT to Basics): Gary McCutchen's Basic NSR Workshop Mar 26, 2014
Natural Gas Development from the Ground Up (and Down): Mineral Law 101- Why Gas Leases Matter Mar 21, 2014
No NOx is Good NOx Mar 07, 2014
Introduction to Stack Testing 101 Feb 28, 2014
Greening Your Supply Chain: Six Actions Companies Can Take Now to Reduce Risk, Increase Cost Savings & Drive Overall Sustainability Jan 16, 2014
Behind the Invisible Curtain at the U.S. EPA Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC): What CASAC Does and How Jan 10, 2014
Keeping the Cart out of the Ditch and $ in Your Pocket: Performing an Air Compliance Audit Jan 10, 2014
Ethical Issues of Environmental Attorneys, Engineers, and Consultants Working Together Dec 13, 2013
Nanoscale EHS: Environmental Health and Safety Essentials Every Practitioner Is Obligated to Know Dec 11, 2013
How To Win the Job Oct 10, 2013
SURF Framework for Integrating Sustainability into Remediation Projects Sep 26, 2013
Air Permitting: The Basics May 10, 2013
ISO 14001-Environmental Management System; Implementing the Requirements of the Standard May 01, 2013
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and Sustainability Reporting: What every Environmental Professional should know Apr 26, 2013
Are You Ready for RICE? Major New Rules Will Affect Existing Sources and Those Without Current Permits Apr 18, 2013
Jump Start Your Environmental Career! Apr 10, 2013
HazWaste 101: "Fun with Hazardous Waste" Mar 22, 2013
Boiler MACT: The Path Forward Mar 15, 2013
Using NASA Satellites for the Study of the Environment: Health and Air Quality Applications Mar 13, 2013
Sustainable Remediation: Greenwashing or Common Sense? Feb 04, 2013
Emissions of Mercury and Other Air Toxics: Compliance Strategies for Coal Combustion Jan 24, 2013
The Dirt on PM2.5: Implementation and Issues in 2012 and Beyond Nov 19, 2012
Business Ethics for Environmental and Engineering Professional Sep 18, 2012
Getting Permits and Emissions to Condensable Particulates (You Canât Pretend it is PM-10 Anymore) Dec 31, 1969
Issues in Measurement of Condensable Particulates Dec 31, 1969
Advanced PSD/NSR Workshop Series: The Air Permitting Puzzle: Advanced New Source Review Case Studies Day 2 Dec 31, 1969
Regulation of Condensable Particulate Matter- The Big Picture Dec 31, 1969
Electricity and the Environment: Existing US coal-fired generation and future technologies Dec 31, 1969
Advanced PSD/NSR Workshop Series: The Air Permitting Puzzle: Advanced New Source Review Case Studies Day 1 Dec 31, 1969
Advanced PSD/NSR Workshop Series: The Air Permitting Puzzle: Advanced New Source Review Case Studies Day 3 Dec 31, 1969
How to Build and Protect Your Professional Brand with Social Media Dec 31, 1969