What Does Carbon Capture Really Mean for Industry?

What Does Carbon Capture Really Mean for Industry?            

Thursday, April 30, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm ET

Reduction of greenhouse gases requires capturing CO2 from industries that use fossil fuel such as electricity, cement production, and steelmaking. The viable options for capture of CO2 can vary by industry. Learn how the need for carbon capture can affect your industry.
What are the technologies that are ready now, and on the future horizon? Since much carbon capture will have to be applied on existing plants, there are many challenges associated with implementing carbon capture. Experts will present solutions they have used to overcome these challenges.
The webinar will also present current technical knowledge on how to apply CO2 capture using world-wide demonstrations as examples, as well as discuss the global policy efforts to advance carbon capture.
     $99 A&WMA Member; $149 Non-Member
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Paul Farber, Principal, P. Farber & Associates, LLC

Mr. Farber is the Principal of P. Farber & Associates, LLC, an emissions control consulting company. Paul has more than 40 years of professional environmental engineering experience that includes all phases of environmental engineering from research through field troubleshooting. Paul is a registered Professional Engineer, a Fellow Member of A&WMA, a past member of the Board of Directors of the Association, and a Board Certified Engineer with the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.

Anthony Licata, Co-Owner, Licata Energy and Environmental Consultants 
Anthony (Tony) Licata is the co-owner of Licata Energy and Environmental Consultants and has a 45-year career in developing, designing, constructing and operating power plants for both industry and utilities. Tony has been responsible for the implementation of integrated air pollution control projects. He is a recognized expert in controlling trace emissions such as mercury and dioxins. Parts of his responsibilities include tracking environmental regulations and forecasting market size and new technology requirements. Tony has been elected an ASME Fellow and received their Distinguished Service Award and the A&WMA Waste Management Award and has published over 150 papers. 

Constance Senior, PhD, Executive Editor-in-Chief, Clean Energy
Dr. Senior is a forward-thinking technology professional with expertise in development of products and services for coal-fired power plants and other industrial combustion systems focused on improving air quality and energy efficiency. Since 2018, Dr. Senior has been the Executive Editor-in-Chief of Clean Energy, an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes research and analysis on the evolving energy landscape. Dr. Senior has a PhD in Environmental Engineering Science from Caltech and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Rice University.


Ron Huffman, QEP, Environmental Consultant

Ron Huffman, QEP, Environmental Consultant, has worked as an industry environmental specialist and manager, and an Allegheny County Air Permitting Engineer. He has worked on industrial air and water environmental and permitting projects for more than 35 years. He has implemented an environmental management system for a chemical company and performed compliance audits. He has been an active member of A&WMA since 1985. He served in many offices in the Midwest Section and the Allegheny Mountain Section. He currently serves on the A&WMA's Webinar Committee and is the secretary for the Tampa Bay Chapter.