Environmental Protection Virtual Event 2010

 Now available On-Demand through February 10, 2011.

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Green House Gas Regulations are Here – Now What?

David Downardpresented by David Downard, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Providence Engineering and Environmental Group LLC

David has a 30-year engineering and environmental background. Fluent in English and Spanish, he has worked with clients throughout Latin America and North America on projects including environmental due diligence, environmental auditing, environmental impact study assessments, regulatory reviews, and litigation support. He has prepared and submitted air quality permit and Title V permit applications for chemical, petrochemical, refinery, natural gas, heavy industry, boilers, and hazardous waste units throughout Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Louisiana. He serves as first vice-chair of the North Texas Chapter of the Air & Waste Management Association.

His presentation will discuss the impact of EPA’s green house gas regulations on industries required to report emissions and obtain permits.

TSCA Reform and EPA’s Enhanced Chemical Management Program

Brian Symmespresented by Brian Symmes, Deputy Director of the National Program Chemical Division, Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Brian Symmes is a key member of the management team in the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention and is currently helping coordinate internal efforts related to TSCA reform within this office. As the Deputy Director of the National Program Chemicals Division, he helps oversee risk management of legacy toxic substances such as asbestos, PCBs, and lead.  Prior to that, he served as a special assistant covering TSCA-related matters for two Administrators and the Assistant Administrator for the Office of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic Substances (now the Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention).  He has also worked in Congress and at the President's Council on Environmental Quality.  Brian has over 20 years of experience in environmental management and regulation, and a substantial background in TSCA.

Urgent CAIR: EPA's New Clean Air Transport Rule

Hosted by the Air & Waste Management Association
Presented by Sam Napolitano, Director of the Clean Air Markets Division for EPA's Office of Air and Radiation, and Richard Wayland, Director of EPA’s Air Quality Assessment Division

Once managed under the 2005 Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR), the EPA was ordered by the courts in 2008 to find a better regulatory solution. The new Clean Air Transport Rule (CATR), proposed in July, is EPA’s answer. CATR will directly impact 31 states and the District of Columbia, requiring new reductions in power plant emissions that emit ozone precursors and fine particulate. Make sure you know what you need to know by attending this informational and instructional webinar. Valued at up to $240, this presentation is included FREE with your Environmental Protection Virtual Event registration!



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