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Beyond TRI 101: Toxic Release Inventory Reporting (TRI) for Industry Sectors
Tuesday, May 24 • 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

This webinar will focus on four of the most common TRI covered industry sectors (power, metals & mining, chemical, and refining) with facilities typically exceeding numerous reporting thresholds for TRI-listed chemicals (manufactured, processed or otherwise used). Speakers will discuss each industry separately, focusing on pitfalls and best reporting practices, and touch on some of the recent additions to the TRI reportable toxic chemical list (PFAS). EPA’s TRI-MEweb Technical Lead will discuss the common issues EPA routinely finds during data upload and after reports are submitted and provide other program-related updates. 

The second on the important topic of TRI, this webinar builds on last year’s A&WMA webinar, Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting: A Refresher for Reporting Year 2020Order the first TRI webinar from the Online Store. Get $50 off when you use promo code RTP50 when checking out.

Presenters:  

  • Amanda Black, Principal, Power Market Group Lead, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.
  • Inaas Darrat, Director, Chemical Sector Services, Trinity Consultants
  • Ray Hahn, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. 
  • Juan Parra, Civil and Environmental Engineer, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Technical Expert for TRI-Made Easy web application (TRI-MEweb)
  • David Wall, P.E., Regional Manager, Trinity Consultants, Chicago Office
Moderator:  Leah Blinn, Corporate Air Quality Practice Lead, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.
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Amanda Black, Principal, Power Market Group Lead, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Amanda Black is a chemical engineer with 20 years of experience in environmental consulting. She is currently a Principal in Civil & Environmental Consultant’s Air Quality Practice and leads CEC’s Power Market Group. Ms. Black has extensive experience in air permitting of major and minor sources throughout the United States and has assisted clients in the power, oil and gas and manufacturing market sectors. Over her 20-year career, Ms. Black has assisted clients from various industries with their TRI reporting. She annually manages TRI reporting programs and has developed TRI reporting tools to streamline fleet-wide reporting. She earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from West Virginia University. 

Inaas Darrat, Director, Chemical Sector Services, Trinity Consultants
Ms. Darrat is the Director-Chemical Sector Services at Trinity Consultants. Her experience includes TRI, regulatory applicability analyses, National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT), New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), and Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) compliance, compliance audits, 114 request and enforcement assistance, emissions inventories, compliance management tools, Title V and construction permitting. She has worked with clients in a variety of industries including batch and continuous chemical manufacturing, petroleum refining, pharmaceutical manufacturing, oil & gas, and coke production.

Ray Hahn, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. 
Mr. Hahn has over 32 years’ experience in regulatory compliance, having worked directly in the chemical and rubber manufacturing industries prior to joining CEC in 2019.  Mr. Hahn has extensive hands-on experience in TRI Reporting, having directly handled TRI Reporting for his past employers and for a number of steel manufacturing and steel fabrication clients while at CEC.

Juan Parra, Civil and Environmental Engineer, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Technical Expert for TRI-Made Easy web application (TRI-MEweb)
Juan Parra is a civil and environmental engineer who has worked at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) since 1999.  Juan is the technical expert for the TRI-Made Easy web application (TRI-MEweb) application and TRI electronic reporting process at EPA Headquarters. Juan has worked on the development and implementation of TRI-MEweb, which collects EPCRA Section 313 data from 22,000 industrial facilities on an annual basis. His duties include serving as a technical expert for complex issues regarding electronic reporting, cloud migration, maintaining TRI apps and tools, supporting enforcement actions, and providing compliance assistance.

David Wall, P.E.,  Regional Manager, Trinity Consultants, Chicago Office
David Wall, P.E., is a Regional Manager based in Trinity’s Chicago office and has significant compliance support, permitting, and auditing experience in the petroleum refining industries across dozens of facilities nationwide. His experience also includes routine and incident emissions estimation, TRI reporting and enforcement support.  Mr. Wall also serves as the instructor for several of industry specific training courses and is a member of the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturer’s (AFPM’s) environmental committee.


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