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Air Emissions: How to Efficiently Quantify Emissions to Meet Upcoming Reporting Deadlines - On-Demand

Air Emissions: How to Efficiently Quantify Emissions to Meet Upcoming Reporting Deadlines - On-Demand

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Air Emissions: How to Efficiently Quantify Emissions to Meet Upcoming Reporting Deadlines - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Air emissions reporting deadlines are upon us. Learn how to efficiently collect the required data, quantify emissions, and comply with reporting requirements.

Does your facility burn fuel, paint products, or have other equipment, processes, or activities that emit pollutants into the air? If yes, it is imperative that you have a complete, comprehensive, and accurate emissions inventory. Many local, state, and federal regulations require equipment-specific and facility-wide emissions be determined and submitted to a regulatory agency either as part of a permit application or in annual emissions reports.

The key to ensuring your emissions calculations are complete and accurate is developing a process to collect the required data elements throughout the year. Many environmental managers struggle with annual reporting due to burdensome end-of-year data collection tasks. So having a robust process that captures this data throughout the year will ultimately save time and minimize that end-of-year burden. Set aside some time now, ahead of emissions reporting deadlines, to ensure your company is capturing all the required data to efficiently and accurately quantify air emissions.

Use this on-demand webinar when Georgette Reeves from Trinity Consultants will provide approaches on how to develop, check, and report emission inventories, as well as tips on how to improve data collection year over year.

You’ll learn:

  • The federal, state, and local emissions reporting regulations that may apply to your organization
  • What emission sources and pollutants need to be accounted for in emissions reports
  • Resources and approaches that will assist with accurate annual emissions estimates and calculations
  • Emissions data collection approaches that make collection and maintenance of information more effective and accurate
  • Reporting deadlines and any associated fees

About Your Presenter:

Georgette Reeves Georgette Reeves
Managing Consultant/Director- Oil and Gas Sector Services
Trinity Consultants

As a Managing Consultant, Georgette Reeves has experience in compliance assistance and review, emission quantification and inventories, regulatory analysis and interpretation, greenhouse gas reporting for the oil and gas industry, and New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) for the oil and gas industry. Ms. Reeves also instructs various Trinity courses regarding greenhouse gas quantification and reporting, as well as air quality regulations specific to the oil and gas industry. Ms. Reeves holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of New Mexico.

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