NEW FINAL EPA Stationary/Emergency Generator & Minor Source Emission Rules

Todd Tamura

President, Tamura Environmental
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
01:00 PM EST
Cost(US$): $99.00
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Audio Conference Summary



PLEASE NOTE: These Federal requirements apply regardless of whether your state or local air pollution control agency has exempted your equipment (or your entire facility) from their requirements. 

Major source regulations have been grabbing all the headlines, but new, and pending, emission rules, and compliance deadlines, continue to stack-up, below the radar, for minor, and non-permitted sources. Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers (ICI), and operators of Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (RICE).

Unchecked, what you don’t know can hurt you, by placing your company at risk of violating state, or federal compliance reporting requirements, compromising/voiding insurance policies, hampering internal/external environmental audits, and possibly resulting in costly fines, or penalties.  

This audio conference will:

*Provide key insights and analysis of new Part 63, Area Source Rules for ICI Boilers (Subpart JJJJJJ) and Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (RICE) MACT (Subpart ZZZZ), including; key exemptions, provisions, and compliance deadlines

*Discuss why new rules apply to existing – not just new sources – even when no changes have been made to existing systems, or facilities

*Examine deadlines that have passed, and others, coming up soon, along with implications and possible penalties, if you’re not in compliance, for operators of ICI Boilers & Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines

*Review and discuss filing of mandatory "Initial Notification" compliance documentation, and the follow-up, "Notice of Compliance Status" declaration, certifying compliance with new rules

It’s these types of under the radar compliance regulations, and possible compliance violations that can catch you off-guard, and blindside you, and your organization. Industry professionals are aggressively seeking to understand the immediate and long-term impacts of these new rules, so they can strategically manage permitting, budgeting, and compliance reporting.

Our speaker is a leading Clean Air Act expert and industry speaker, who has extensive regulatory and compliance experience relative to environmental risk management, permitting, compliance planning, environmental auditing and assessment. He will share key insights, and analysis, to help you better understand and manage compliance relative to new, and pending rules, so you can strategically plan, while minimizing their impact on your resources, budget, and bottom line.

Who should attend:

President/CEO/COO/CFO/Senior Mgmt
Environmental/Corporate Counsel SVP/VP/Director
SVP Finance/Engineering/Operations Management
Power Plant Chief/Supervisor/Managers
Designated Representatives
Physical Plant/Facility Management
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Managers
Environmental and Process Engineers
Engineering & Plant Services Professionals
Facility/Energy Planning Professionals
Environmental Compliance & Reporting Management
Corporate Energy SVP/VP/Director
Air Pollution/Monitoring/Environmental Resource Managers
Environmental Health and Safety Management
Utility/Renewable Energy Managers
Production/Operations/Engineering/Environmental Management
Environmental Consultants and Attorneys
Environmental Risk Management Professionals 

Speaker biography:

Todd Tamura, QEP, is a leading air pollution expert, industry speaker and writer, who provides strategic advice, compliance assistance, and training to clients nationally, across a broad spectrum of industries and agencies; oil & gas, utilities, manufacturing, municipal, transportation, and air pollution regulatory agencies; among others, who regulate, or are regulated, by the Clean Air Act, as President, of Tamura Environmental, Inc., advancing complex regulatory and compliance matters relative to risk management, permitting, compliance and strategic planning, auditing and assessment.

Prior to founding Tamura Environmental, Inc., nearly two decades ago, Mr. Tamura worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan Automotive Laboratory, and the US Department of Transportation's Research and Special Programs Administration.

Mr. Tamura has served on the Executive Boards of the New England and Golden West Sections of the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) and also served as Vice Chair of the Editorial Advisory Committee for A&WMA's environmental management journal EM.

Mr. Tamura received a B.S. in Chemistry (with Departmental Honors & Distinction) from Harvey Mudd College, an M.S. in Chemistry from UCLA, and an M.S. in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 

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