Upcoming Complimentary Webinars
Our next series of webinars will take place between December 2017 and January 2018. Check back in after Thanksgiving for more details.
> Air Quality New Regulation – AB 617
> Haz Waste Regulations
> BAAQMD Air Toxics Reg 11-18
> Intro to Dispersion Modeling
> CARB Off-Road Diesel Regulation
> CARB Large Spark-Ignition (LSI) /Forklift Engine Fleet Regulation
> Air Quality – Odor Quantification and Control
Air Quality New Regulation – AB 617
Details coming soon
New Haz Waste Regulations
Details coming soon
BAAQMD Air Toxics Reg 11-18
Intro to Dispersion Modeling
CARB Off-Road Diesel Regulation
Initial reporting was back in 2009 for all fleet sizes, but did you know that annual reporting has started both large and medium-sized fleets? Starting January 1, 2017, medium-sized fleets need to be in compliance with the fleet averages and report prior to March 1, 2017 This 45-minute webinar will give you an overview of regulation, the annual reporting requirements, and describe what upgrade options you can consider to meet the annual performance standards.
Cost is FREE and if you have any questions contact Harmony Gates (909) 861-2729 | HGates@YorkeEngr.com
CARB Large Spark-Ignition (LSI) /Forklift Engine Fleet Regulation
The CARB forklift regulation applies to facilities with forklifts and sweepers/scrubbers, industrial tow tractors, or airport ground support equipment that are propane/CNG/gasoline fueled or electric. In 2016, CARB passed new mandatory reporting and labeling requirements for fleets with 4 or more LSI forklifts that take effect in 2017. This 45-minute webinar will include requirements, practice tips, and a spreadsheet to help you calculate fleet averages to maintain compliance. Cost is FREE and if you have any questions contact Harmony Gates (909) 861-2729 | HGates@YorkeEngr.com
Air Quality – Odor Quantification and Control
This complimentary webinar will address how air quality odors are handled from a regulatory standpoint, as well as odor quantification, odor monitoring systems, odor modeling, odor control systems, and generally how to address odor issues. There are numerous odors; however, as an example, hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is known to be a common odor-causing compound, and odor nuisance can be detected in some individuals as low as 0.5 parts per billion (ppb). Monitoring for H2S or for other odors presents unique challenges due to the intermittency of source strength, the limitations to the instrument detection levels, and operating data acquisition systems that manage instantaneous and short-term averaging periods, as well as threshold notifications. Each of the odor compounds will have unique control system requirements. This webinar will cover the common odor situations and practical steps that can be taken to address odor complaints.
Questions: Greg Wolffe (909) 861-2729 | GWolffe@YorkeEngr.com