Chemical & Pharma On Demand Webinars

Webinars On Demand 

Following are webinars relevant to the Chemical and Pharmaceutical industries available on-demand.

BWON Compliance in the Post CD Era

The refinery Consent Decrees added “enhanced provisions” to the BWON. Refineries complied by doing more than the BWON citations required, with the enhanced provisions sometimes dominating compliance demonstration. So what will happen as the Consent Decrees are terminated? Will all those enhanced provisions become a thing of the past? Or will it perhaps be advisable to retain some of them with as much attention as ever? During this 1 hour webinar, Trinity Consultants will bring decades of BWON compliance experience to a strategic analysis of what to do in the post-CD era. The webinar will shed useful light on ideas surrounding the continued critical requirements for TAB and uncontrolled benzene quantifications, as well as other pressing topics of on-going BWON compliance.

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LDAR Monitoring Practices - OGI vs. Method 21 - Canadian Webinar Series

Canada's proposed Regulations Respecting Reduction in the Release of Volatile Organic Compounds (Petroleum Sector) will require the implementation of comprehensive Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs at Canadian petroleum refineries, upgraders and certain petrochemical facilities. Among other requirements, the proposed regulation will require that the operator of each affected facility implement an LDAR program.

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Overview of LDAR Compliance Under Canada's Proposed Regulations Respecting Reduction in the Release of Volatile Organic Compounds (Petroleum Sector)

Canada's proposed Regulations Respecting Reduction in the Release of Volatile Organic Compounds (Petroleum Sector) will require the implementation of comprehensive Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs at Canadian petroleum refineries, upgraders and certain petrochemical facilities. The proposed regulation will require that the operator of each affected facility implement an LDAR program, put in place preventive equipment requirements, monitor the concentration of certain VOCs at the facility perimeter, and undertake record-keeping and reporting activities.

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RCRA BB: Is Your Facility Ready for USEPA's Next LDAR Inspection Focus

EPA recently expanded its National Enforcement Initiatives to included leak detection and repair (LDAR) programs for hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facilities regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). EPA has already started requesting information under Section 3007 of RCRA related to compliance with the RCRA LDAR items, which are codified under Subpart BB. This pre-recorded webinar covers how a facility is or can become subject to RCRA BB, the main differences between LDAR requirements in air regulations (NSPS, MACT, & NESHAP) and RCRA, and expected focus areas for Section 3007 requests and inspection.

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U.S. EPA's Emphasis on Ethylene Oxide: What This Could Mean For You

EPA announced on August 22, 2018, that it was taking steps to address ethylene oxide (EO) emissions from industrial facilities across the country based upon results of the latest National Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) update. As such, EO producers and consumers, and facilities receiving raw materials from EO producers and consumers, can expect EPA to place significant emphasis on enhanced regulation and enforcement of their industries; as recently shown in the Chicago area, this scrutiny could also lead to intense backlash from local communities and organizations.

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