Toxic Release Inventory TrainingTuesday, May 16, 2017
1:00 pm-2:30 pm EASTERN TIME
Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reports are due on July 1st every year for TRI affected facilities. If you are new to this reporting program or have had to report for years, you will leave this training presentation with an increased knowledge of the TRI program.
The training will include:
- Recent changes and updates to the TRI program for RY2016
- How to conduct Threshold Calculations for all types of pollutants
- How to determine release amounts to air, land, and water
- The importance of consistency in all agency reporting
- Utilizing article exemptions
- State-specificTRI requirements
Member: $99.00 Non-Member: $149.00
Amanda Black, CB&I, Air Quality Operations Manager and Business Development Director
Amanda Black is a chemical engineer with over 15 years of experience in the air quality permitting and compliance field. She has prepared numerous Title V renewal applications, air emission inventories, and toxic release inventories. She is currently an Air Quality Operations Manager and Business Development Director in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania office. Ms Black currently manages the TRI program for various clients for at least 30 facilities on an annual basis. She has managed this program for the past nine years.
Leah Blinn, CB&I, National Air Quality Practice Lead
Ms. Blinn is the National Air Quality Practice Lead for CB&I. She is a Chemical Engineer with over 15 years of experiencing in managing and executing air quality work for various industries. Her primary focus is in air dispersion modeling, emission calculations, permitting and compliance. Ms. Blinn has held numerous offices for A&WMA in the Allegheny Mountain Section and is currently serving on the A&WMA International Board of Directors. She is aso the Vice-Chair for the 2017 Annual Conference & Exhibition.
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