The Evolution of Emission Controls on Biogas Engines
When Technology and Regulations Collide
Wednesday, June 5 • 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm ET
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. Member: $99.00 ; Nonmember: $149.00
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Christian Colline, PE, BCEE, CPP, Director of Air Programs - West Waste Management
Christian Colline is a Director of Air Programs for Waste Management in the Western US. He has over 30 years of air quality experience. In this role, he manages the air quality permitting and compliance for numerous landfills, transfer stations, recycling facilities, composting operations, and LFG to energy projects. This has included 10 projects with LFG engines with various levels and types of emission controls. Christian served for many years on the Hearing Board of the BAAQMD and was previously an air quality consultant specializing in solid waste facilities.
Patrick S. Sullivan, REPA, CPP, BCES, Senior Vice President, SCS Engineers
Patrick Sullivan has over 29 years of experience in environmental consulting, specializing in Air Quality, GHG, and LFG issues. He is a Senior Vice President and Managing Director for SCS’s Consulting and Engineering Operations in the Southwestern U.S. Pat obtained his Bachelor’s from Harvard University. He is also SCS’s National Expert on the Clean Air Act. Pat has permitted over 40 biogas to energy projects across the United States. He has published and/or presented over 100 technical papers in industry publications and conferences, including various A&WMA conferences.
Dallas Baker, P.E, BCEE
Dallas is the Director of Environmental Services at Neel-Schaffer based in Jackson, Mississippi. Prior to joining Neel-Schaffer, Dallas served nearly 24 years with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality in a variety of roles, most recently as Air Director. In his career, Dallas managed multi-media permit writing efforts for facilities in the energy, chemical, manufacturing, and wood products sectors.
He graduated with a BSME and an MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Mississippi and earned an MBA from Mississippi College. In 2015 he served as President of the Air & Waste Management Association.