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What's the Story with TANKS 4.09 and AP-42?
Tuesday, April 24, 1:00 pm–2:30 pm ET

US EPA's Ozone Advance Program: Air quality improvement success stories from Nevada and Minnesota
Thursday, May 3, 1:00 pm–3:00 pm ET


What's the Story with TANKS 4.09 and AP-42? 
Tuesday, April 24, 1:00 pm–2:30 pm ET

EPA has posted warnings on their website about TANKS 4.09d and has cautioned that AP-42 should be used to estimate storage tank emissions rather than relying on TANKS 4.09d.  However, EPA is also considering revisions to AP-42 chapter 7.1 that will result in changes to estimated emissions for storage tanks.  This webinar will review the problems with TANKS 4.09d as well as preview changes to AP-42 that are currently under consideration.


Member:         $99.00
Non-Member: $149.00


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Presenter:  
Rob Ferry, P.E., Managing Consultant, Trinity Consultants, Inc.
Rob began his career more than 40 years ago, after earning B.S. and Master of Engineering degrees   from Cornell University.  After 18 years in the design, manufacture, and construction of storage tanks, floating roofs, and aluminum domes, Rob co-founded the TGB Partnership in 1993 – where he was a consultant to industry on air regulations and emissions estimating with a particular focus on storage tanks.  With the acquisition of TGB by Trinity in October 2017, Rob is now a member of the Trinity team.

Moderator: 
Rahul Pendse, Manager of Consulting Services, Trinity Consultants, Inc.
Mr. Pendse manages Trinity’s East Gulf region offices.  Mr. Pendse is an Environmental Engineer with a strong background in air quality regulations, air dispersion modeling, compliance auditing, and health risk assessments.  He has 15+ years of environmental consulting experience. His experience includes air permit and regulatory compliance in Louisiana, California, Texas, Nevada, Utah, and the Offshore Gulf of Mexico. His experience also includes expert testimony, environmental compliance and ISO 14001 auditing, and preparation of emissions inventories, energy efficiency assessments, air dispersion modeling, and health risk assessments. 


US EPA's Ozone Advance Program: Air quality improvement success stories from Nevada and Minnesota

Thursday, May 3, 2018, 1:00 pm–3:00 pm ET

Failure to meet National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) has negative impacts to public health, the environment, and economy.  Maintaining these standards is challenging as areas recover from the recent recession and see increases in population, industrial activity, and vehicle miles traveled.   EPA developed the Ozone and PM2.5 Advance programs to assist air quality management agencies with voluntary programs that improve air quality and prevent violating the NAAQS.  This webinar will provide insights from Washoe County, Nevada and the State of Minnesota on their firsthand experiences with the Advance programs.

Member:         $169.00
Non-Member: $229.00

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Presenters:
Bill Droessler, Senior Director, Project Development and Clean Air Environmental Initiative

Mr. Droessler brings perspective from all sides, having worked on environmental issues for major international corporations, government agencies, and nonprofits. Prior experience includes environmental law for the Zurich American Insurance Company, Program Director for Minnesota Public Interest Research Group, and Director of Outreach and Programming for 1000 Friends of Minnesota. He holds a BA in Government and History from Beloit College and a law degree from the Environment and Energy Law Program at Chicago Kent - College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology.

Daniel K. Inouye, Branch Chief | Air Quality Management Division | Washoe County Health District
Daniel Inouye currently manages the monitoring and planning programs for the Washoe County Health District, Air Quality Management Division in Reno, Nevada. His air quality management career began in Central California with a 10-year stop in Ventura County, California before settling in Reno.  Daniel has a Bachelor’s degree in Geography from California State University, Fresno and a Master’s degree in Land Use Planning from the University of Nevada, Reno.  He has been a member of A&WMA since 1987.

Rebecca Place, Project Manager, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
Rebecca Place is a project manager for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). She oversees the implementation of MPCA’s statewide mercury reduction plan and Clean Air Minnesota, the state’s public private partnership to reduce air pollution. She excels in stakeholder engagement, facilitation, and communications/outreach. Rebecca has a BS in zoology from Michigan State University. She volunteers at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of MN and serves on the local YMCA citizen’s board. Rebecca lives with her family in W. Saint Paul, MN and vacations in the great outdoors.

Moderator:
Chris Nelson, Environmental Permitting Manager, 3M Company
Chris Nelson is the Environmental Permitting Manager for 3M Company, headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Prior to joining 3M, he worked for 13 years at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.  Chris is the President for the Air & Waste Management Association Board of Directors and chairs the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s Air Quality subcommittee.  Chris has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota.  He is a registered professional chemical engineer in Minnesota.
 

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