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Oregon Toxic Emission Inventory Workshop

Under the Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO) Program, industrial facilities are required to inventory the amount of select toxic chemicals that may be emitted each year. From wood products to chemical plants, emissions generated from similar equipment (e.g. storage tanks) may be quantified by totally different approaches. This course will provide methods used to calculate emission associated with toxic chemicals and specific examples of different methods to determine emissions from the same source types. Attendees will come away with tips to better manage emissions reporting and calculate/estimate emissions from common industrial processes. This course is intended for:

  • Practicing analysts, who wish to gain an over all understanding of emission quantification technologies
  • Reviewers of emissions inventories, who wish to be able to critically review and/or certify results
  • Environmental supervisors who need to manage emissions reporting and recordkeeping requirements
  • Lunch will be included.

    CEUs:
    0.4


    Course topics
  • Overview of the Toxic Emission Inventory Regulations
  • Basic Science of Emissions
    • Chemical/Physical Properties of Pollutants
    • Emission Source Attributes
    • Emission Quantification Basis
  • Common Emissions Sources (will be customized to attendees):
    • External Combustion, Internal Combustion, and Flares
    • Chemical process industries such as process venting, reactors, equipment leaks, storage tanks, loading operations, emissions control equipment
    • Other miscellaneous sources including cooling towers, wastewater treatment, landfills, mobile sources, etc.
  • Management of Emission Reporting and Recordkeeping
    • Building emissions calculation tools
    • QA/QC of emission calculations
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    $249

    Oct 29, 2020 -- Portland, OR
    12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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    Cleaner Air Oregon Regulatory Workshop

    This half-day course is for personnel responsible for air permitting compliance and permit applications in Oregon. Oregon’s recent Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO) regulation under OAR 340-245 requires facilities with an existing air permit to eventually complete a risk assessment and subsequently comply with specific actions based on the results of that assessment. Furthermore, all permitted facilities will be required to submit a toxic emission inventory on a triennial basis. This course includes case studies and exercises to maximize understanding of this material.

    Lunch will be included.

    Oct 29, 2020 -- Portland, OR
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  • Practicing analysts, who wish to gain an over all understanding of emission quantification technologies
  • Reviewers of emissions inventories, who wish to be able to critically review and/or certify results
  • Environmental supervisors who need to manage emissions reporting and recordkeeping requirements
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    Cleaner Air Oregon Regulatory Workshop

    This half-day course is for personnel responsible for air permitting compliance and permit applications in Oregon. Oregon’s recent Cleaner Air Oregon (CAO) regulation under OAR 340-245 requires facilities with an existing air permit to eventually complete a risk assessment and subsequently comply with specific actions based on the results of that assessment. Furthermore, all permitted facilities will be required to submit a toxic emission inventory on a triennial basis. This course includes case studies and exercises to maximize understanding of this material.

    Lunch will be included.

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