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Particulate Matter Control Regulations and Technologies: Overview and Trends



Particulate Matter Control Regulations and Technologies: Overview and Trends
Thursday, December 16, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

Particulate Matter (PM) is a criteria air pollutant subject to a range of federal and state regulations. The U.S. EPA recently announced that it will reconsider the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for PM, which will likely drive future reductions at existing and new facilities.

This webinar will provide you important information to design and/or review PM air pollution control technologies, estimate associated equipment costs, and address the permitting, monitoring and compliance related challenges to control equipment for major stationary sources. The presenters include a recognized panel of regulatory and technology experts with multiple years of experience in the field of air pollution control technologies and regulatory compliance. This webinar will be useful for operators of power plants, cement plants, and other industrial plants who are responsible for managing PM emissions from point sources.   
     $99 A&WMA Member; $149 Nonmember
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Presenters:

John D. McKenna, Ph.D., Principal and Founder, ETS, Inc.
John D. McKenna, Ph.D., is Principal and Founder of ETS, Inc. which provides environmental training, testing, troubleshooting and testimony, with special emphasis on baghouse technology and filtration lab services. He holds a B.S. in ChE, M.S. in ChE, MBA, and Ph.D. Dr. McKenna has over fifty years of technical, business management and entrepreneurial experience. Dr. McKenna has developed numerous air pollution control courses and has coauthored texts on baghouse filtration, air pollution control, and fine particle measurement and control.

Arijit Pakrasi, Ph.D., P.E., Technical Lead, Air Quality Management Services Practice, Edge Engineering and Science, LLC (EDGE)
Arijit Pakrasi, Ph.D., P.E., is the Technical Lead of the Air Quality Management Services Practice for Edge Engineering and Science, LLC (EDGE) headquartered in Houston, Texas. He has extensive experience in evaluation, design, and monitoring of air pollution control systems for gaseous, odor, and particulate pollutants. He has evaluated fabric filters, wet scrubbers, thermal oxidizers, ESPs, catalytic oxidizers, and activated carbon systems in his professional career and has made several presentations on this topic in technical conferences. He is a long-standing member of A&WMA.

Florin Popovici, M.S., M.E., P.E., Emission Control Technology Consultant, Evonik Fibres
Florin Popovici completed his MSc. Degree in Mechanical Engineering with the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest and a Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management with the University of South Africa. He is a consultant in the gas cleaning technologies field with experiences in engineering, operation and maintenance of large coal fired boiler baghouses. He coordinated research activities in the dry filtration field, from fibres, filter media, filter bags to baghouses and he developed related technologies. His activity is associated with Eskom and Beier Envirotec in South Africa, Evonik Fibres in Austria, and other companies around the world.

Moderator: Nathan Schindler, Technical Sales Manager, Evonik Corporation
Mr. Nathan Schindler is the Technical Sales Manager, Evonik Corporation. Mr. Schindler has more than 20 years of experience in a wide range of air pollution control technologies and regulatory requirements. Mr. Schindler currently manages Evonik's P84® Fiber business in North America, assisting end users reduce their total cost of ownership of their pulse-jet baghouse using P84®. Previously, he has been involved in the engineering and sales of low and ultra-low NOx burners, SCR for mobile diesel engines, natural gas retrofits of industrial and utility boilers, and services.