Complimentary Breakfast: Colorado Regulatory Updates

Please join Trinity Consultants for a complimentary breakfast seminar that will focus on proposed revisions and recent rulemakings that will impact operations in Colorado.

Seminar topics
  • Proposed revisions to Regulation 7: The Division is proposing revisions to Regulation Number 7 to address EPA’s Oil and Gas CTG that build on upon existing Regulation Number 7 requirements. The Division is also proposing additional revisions to Regulation Number 7 to secure emission reductions that will help the DMNFR attain the 8-hour ozone NAAQS. The seminar will highlight the key proposed changes and what additional requirements may apply to your facility as a result of these proposed changes.

  • RACT and recent guidance on RACT: As a result of the bump-up of the Front Range ozone nonattainment area from marginal to moderate, the CDPHE is required to update the SIP to implement Reasonably Available Control Measures, including Reasonably Available Control Technology for new and retrofit applications. The process to identify strategies for reducing emissions of ozone precursors, NOx and VOC, in the Front Range area is well underway. In this segment of the seminar, we'll look at what's been done so far and what might be ahead.

  • Odor and recent odor rulemaking: In addition to the existing state-wide odor standards contained in CDPHE Regulation 2, several local jurisdictions including the cities of Denver and Erie have recently revised their nuisance ordinances to include provisions to crack down on industrial odors. As the Front Range continues to grow both in terms of population and industry, local odor ordinances may become a trend. This presentation will discuss the basic provisions of these newly approved ordinances, as well as how you may be able to mitigate odors at your facility and manage public complaints.

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Sep 26, 2017 -- Broomfield, CO
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM