Unlike the first planning period, which focused primarily on emissions from electric utility generating stations, the second planning period will expand the scope of the rule to include certain industrial sources and source categories.
Although second planning period SIPs are not due until July 2021, several states have initiated their SIP development programs, and industrial sources should keep up to date with the rulemaking process.
The webinar will discuss…
The SIP development process, including the process states will use to:
- Identify affected emission sources
- Evaluate emission control technologies
- Model emission impacts
- Identify emission reductions required during the second planning period
Who should attend?
Facility decision-makers and environmental managers impacted by the second planning period of regional haze SIPs will find valuable insight in this webinar.
About the Presenter
Ken Snell manages Sargent & Lundy’s environmental regulatory and permitting business and has more than 30 years of experience in environmental permitting, compliance, and controls. Ken has a J.D. focusing on environmental law and regulations, as well as degrees in Environmental Studies and Chemical Engineering. He is a member of the Illinois bar and a registered Professional Engineer in Illinois. A panel of the firm’s emission control technology and regulatory specialists will also be available via live chat to respond to questions during the webinar.
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