When Technology and Regulations Collide: The Evolution of Emission Controls on Biogas Engines

The webinar will describe the history of emissions controls employed on biogas (e.g., landfill gas, digester gas, etc.) engines that are used in renewable energy projects.  It will include a summary of the evolution of these controls over the last 20 years and cover the regulatory requirements that have affected these controls, including determinations of BACT or LAER.  The webinar will include case studies where these controls were employed.  The audience for this webinar would include consultants in the air quality field, vendors of emissions control technologies, engine plant owner/operators, air regulators, and renewable energy project developers.

Webinar Information
Date Presented:
June 05, 2019 1:00 PM Eastern
Length:
1 hour, 30 minutes
Member Price:
$99.00
Full Price:
$149.00
 NoteThe 'Registration Fee' is the full price of the seminar. If you are an A&WMA member or student, you will receive discounted pricing.
When Technology and Regulations Collide: The Evolution of Emission Controls on Biogas Engines
Speaker Information
Dallas Baker, P.E.BCEE, Director of Environmental Services   [ view bio ]
Christian Colline, PE,BCEE,CPP, Director of Air Programs  [ view bio ]
Patrick Sullivan, REPA, CPP, BCES, Senior Vice President  [ view bio ]
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