Managing Risk in the Title V Certification Process Webinar
Thursday, January 18, 2018. 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET
The Title V program is 27 years old, yet its compliance demonstration and certification requirements continue to pose challenges for many Title V permittees. This Webinar will summarize the Title V certification obligations and address pertinent issues using case studies and easy-to-understand examples for non-legal professionals.
Major topics covered include:
- Reasonable inquiry efforts
- Responsible Official certifications
- Materials that should accompany a certification to manage risk
- Managing compliance risk through the permitting (or reissuance) process
With a track record of success in presenting Title V training to non-legal audiences, presenters Jon Bloomberg and Bill Hefner of the Environmental Law Group also have extensive experience working with companies on Title V compliance demonstration issues.
$99 Member; $149 Nonmember
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Jon Bloomberg, Attorney, Environmental Law Group
Jon Bloomberg has been an environmental attorney for 29 years, focusing particularly on the federal Clean Air Act. He has advised clients in over 30 states on a range of permitting issues, and represented clients in enforcement matters in various states as well as with EPA regional and headquarters offices.
Jon has a B.S. degree in economics from the University of Minnesota and a law degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Cornell University.
Bill Hefner, Attorney, Environmental Law Group
Bill Hefner has been advising and defending clients at the federal, state and local levels in all major aspects of environmental law for nearly 22 years. Before joining the Environmental Law Group, Bill represented the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency as a Minnesota Assistant Attorney General and was a partner at Greene Espel, PLLP. Bill is a past Chair of the MSBA’s Environmental, Natural Resources and Energy Law Section and a former adjunct environmental law professor at Hamline Law School.
Jen Moore, Environmental Engineering Specialist, 3M Company
Jen has worked in the environmental field for 12 years. She has a B.S. in environmental engineering from Northwestern University and a M.S. in environmental engineering from Stanford University. Jen designed wastewater treatment plants for two years before joining 3M’s corporate environmental operations group in 2007. In this corporate role, she specializes in air quality permitting and VOC emission control systems for 3M’s manufacturing operations.
Jen has been an active member of Air and Waste Management Association since 2008. She currently serves as Chair of the Association’s Young Professional Advisory Council.