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The Clean Air Act (CAA) Compliance Workshop - San Antonio, TX

Come out to the famous Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX! This unique class is nestled right within walking distance to the Riverwalk and has all of the ammenities you'd expect, to include a thriving nightlife, small businesses and shopping, one of a kind restaurants, arts and culture and more. You wont want to miss this training!

 

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Course Overview:

Tons of recent CAA regulatory updates to catch up on and more to discuss under the Trump Administration! What is the future of the Clean Power Plan? What will the regulatory framework for controlling greenhouse-gas emissions be? The Methan Rule is back in effect...what now? Will the RMP be next?

 

Join us to discuss these important issues and more as we help you understand the Clean Air Act program. Lets face it the permitting process, planning process, etc. can be confusing task and it does not help that EPA Clean Air Act regulations are consistently changing and evolving, especially for the Oil, Energy and Utility sectors.

Understanding the basic concepts of the Clean Air Act Regulatory program and how they fit into your every-day operations is your first step to compliance. This 2.5 day course will take you through the Clean Air Act regulatory program from A-Z; providing a comprehensive overview of each regulation, permit, plan, etc. to give you a better understanding of how to keep your facility in compliance. This course is designed for new and veteran air professionals and practitioners. Join us for this important seminar and come and network with environmental professionals from around the U.S. Bring your family and make a vacation out of it!


Topics Covered:


  • •   The Birth and Fundamental Concepts of the Clean Air Act
  • •   The future of the Clean Air Act
  • •   Title I NAAQS and State Implementation Plans (SIPs)
  • •   New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) including Methane Rule
  • •   National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)
    •   New Source Review (NSR)
    •   National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs)
  • •   Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs)
  • •   Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards
  • •   Stratospheric Ozone Depleting Substances
  • •   Accidental Release Program Requirements
  • •   Greenhouse Gas Monitoring and Reporting
  • •   Risk Management Plan Rule
  • •   The Title V Program and Operating Permits
  • •   Compliance Assurance/Certification and the Credible Evidence Rule
  • •   Acid Rain And Mobile Source Regulation
  • •   Enforcement, Liability and Citizen Suits
  • •   Permitting and Compliance Strategies

 

Who Should Attend:

 

•   Facility and Plant Managers
•   Air Quality Specialists
•   Environmental, Safety and EH&S Personnel
•   Industrial Hygienists
•   Environmental Specialists
•   Environmental Engineers
•   Environmental Attorneys
•   Plant Managers
•   Anyone responsible for air operations at their organization or facility

Approved Continuing Education:

•   The Institute of Hazardous Materials Managers (IHMM)
•   
American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)
•   
National Environmental Safety and Health Training Association (NESHTA)
•   
Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)
•   
And many more...

Clean Air Compliance Workshop Agenda:

 

Day 1, Speaker: Rolf R. von Oppenfeld

8:00AM-10:00AM - FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS FOR UNDERSTANDING AIR POLLUTION REGULATION
10:00AM-10:15AAM - BREAK
10:15AM-12:00PM - TITLE I NAAQS & SIP REQUIREMENTS: How the Risk Based Ambient Program for Criteria Air Pollutants Results In Regulatory Requirements That Govern Your Operations
12:00PM-1:00PM - LUNCH
1:00PM-2:15PM - REGULATION OF EMISSION UNITS UNDER NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
2:15PM-2:30PM - BREAK
2:30PM-5:00PM - CONSTRUCTION PERMITTING UNDER THE NEW SOURCE REVIEW PROGRAMS
5:00PM - Adjourn

Day 2, Speaker: Rolf R. von Oppenfeld

8:00AM-9:45AM - REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS
9:45AM-10:00AM - BREAK
10:00AM-11:00AM - REGULATION OF HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS (CONT.)
11:00AM-12:00PM - REGULATION OF STRATOSPHERIC OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCES: Title VI of the Clean Air Act
12:00PM-1:00PM - LUNCH
1:00PM-2:30PM - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
2:30PM-2:45PM - BREAK
2:45PM- 3:15PM - GREENHOUSE GAS MONITORING AND REPORTING
3:15PM- 4:45PM - OPERATING PERMITS AND THE TITLE V PROGRAM
5:00PM - Adjourn


Day 3, Speaker: Rolf R. von Oppenfeld

8:00AM-9:00AM - COMPLIANCE ASSURANCE/CERTIFICATION AND THE CREDIBLE EVIDENCE RULE
9:00AM-9:45AM - TITLES IV AND II: An Overview of Acid Rain And Mobile Source Regulation
9:45AM-10:00AM - BREAK
10:00AM-11:00AM - ENFORCEMENT, LIABILITY AND CITIZEN SUITS
11:00AM-12:00PM - PERMITTING AND COMPLIANCE STRATEGIES
12:00PM - COURSE ADJOURN; CERTIFICATES ISSUED

 

FULL DETAILED AGENDA: Click Here

 

What People are Saying:

 

"Excellent speaker and presentations. Displayed exceptional subject knowledge. Highly recommended."

"Great course, wish we had more time to cover more topics."

"Thank you for stringing everything together in such an easy to follow fashion. The rules aren't easy, but the presentations made it easier to swallow."

"Excellent class and worth every penny!"

 

"Overall this was a very well rounded Clean Air Act class. Much better presented and run than others I have taken with other organizations."

 

"I really enjoyed the class and location. I’m glad a attended a took away a lot of useful information."

 

"Somehow Rolf made a very complex and layered subject matter understandable. Very impressed."

 

"Excellent instructor, very knowledgeable. Would attend any workshop conducted by this instructor."

 

"Very thorough and appreciate having the supplemental binders to take with me as a reference."

 

"As someone relatively new to “Air”, I found the organization and presentation of materials to be excellent. I learned a lot, only wish I took the course sooner. The materials provided are also excellent and will provide a valuable reference to me."

 

"Rolf is a very knowledgeable and good instructor. Enjoyed the class. A very nice refresher."

 

"Very thorough, nice job!"

 

"What a great organization. Really made you feel comfortable and always willing to help. Excellent presentation, materials and class. Beyond what I expected."

Where:

San Antonio, TX


When:

October 17-20, 2017 (3.5 Days)


Training Venue:

Hyatt Place San Antonio
601 S. St. Mary's Street
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 227-6854
Hotel Website: Click Here

 

About the Hotel/Venue:

 

Located within a short walk of the famed San Antonio Riverwalk and conveniently close to the San Antonio International Airport, Hyatt Place San Antonio/River Walk is the perfect stay for work and play. Here you can enjoy all that the vibrant Alamo City has to offer, including boutique shopping, a variety of local restaurants and a thriving nightlife.

 

Training Cost:

$945/Person.
$845/2+persons - Group Discount
$845/Person - Government Discount. Call (713) 703-7016 to receive Government discount.

Register Here


Speaker(s):

Rolf R. Von Oppenfeld, TESTLaw Practice Group. Read More
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Event Host:

Jeremy P. Kelley, Director, EPA Alliance Training Group

 

Hotel Room Block Information:


EPA Alliance has booked a limited group of rooms at a discounted price for our students. First come first serve basis.
Reservation Number: 1-888-478-8952
Room Block Code: G-EPAT
Nightly Rate: $149.00
Hotel Cut-Off Date: September 26, 2017
Question regarding our room block, contact EPA Alliance at (713) 703-7016.


Travel & Hotel Information:

Recommended Airport: San Antonio International Airport
Shuttle: Hotel Shuttle not available. Airport shuttle is $32/Person round-trip.
Taxi: $20 for 1 Person (Average) one way.
Hotel Parking: Free daily and overnight guests.
Hotel Ammenities: Complimentary in-room WiFi and access to Stay Fit Gym.


Free 2G USB Flash Drive:


Loaded with valuable customizable Training Presentations, EPA Brochures, EPA Hot Links, Training Programs, EPA Fact Sheets and more!

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Wounded Warriers Project:

The EPA Alliance collects $5 for every registration to go towards the Wounded Warriers Project. As a small veteran owned business we understand the importance and need of supporting our troops, especially those that have been wounded during combat.

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Contact Us:


Phone: 1 (713) 703-7016
Email: training@epaalliance.com

     
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