In January, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued revised emission rules for stationary engines, i.e. prime power and emergency power generators used in a variety of applications, including emergency situations. Among the revised rules are several that may very well change how facility operators manage the use of their diesel and other fossil-fueled generators.
What else is covered under the revised emission rules? Are performance standards included? And what do facility professionals need to know to comply? Attend this webcast, presented by Steven Peluso of HDR Environmental, Operations and Construction, Inc. for a discussion of the EPA-'s revised rules and a clear understanding of how they impact your facility.
- Understand how generator use is affected by the new U.S. EPA emission rules
- Learn what factors affect which requirements apply to your generators (e.g. date of installation or ordering, facility-wide emissions level, maximum horsepower rating, emergency or non-emergency use, fuel used)
- Learn what you may need to do (e.g. work practices, testing, inspections, recordkeeping, reporting) to bring your building and generators into compliance
- Learn when emissions limits and emissions controls apply to generators
- Review key dates and deadlines established by the revised rules
- Identify what facilities may be exempted from the rules or major portions of the rules
||*For those attendees who successfully complete a learning outcomes assessment, Trade Press Media Group is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program.
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Senior Air Compliance Project Manager,
HDR Environmental, Operations and Construction, Inc.
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Mr. Peluso is an accomplished Project Manager with over 25 years of multimedia environmental compliance, due diligence, air quality compliance and permitting, and hazardous materials management experience servicing federal and state government and industrial sectors. His experience includes consulting for the following government agencies and industries: U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines, Army and Air National Guard, Missile Defense Agency, National Security Agency, Defense Logistics Agency; Dept. of State; The World Bank; U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; U.S. Postal Service; Indian
Health Services; USDA; Library of Congress; military and commercial aircraft manufacturing; consumer and commercial products manufacturing; electronics manufacturing; hazardous waste treatment/disposal industry; printing industry; utilities industry; transportation industry; petroleum refinery; and the real estate, insurance and banking industry.
Mr. Peluso's specialties include Multimedia Environmental Compliance Auditing (110
Audits over 14 years), Air Quality Compliance and Permitting including Title V and New Source Review Construction Permits (16 years), Due Diligence – Phase I/II/III Env. Assessments and DoD Environmental Baseline Surveys (16 years), Hazardous Materials Management – Asbestos, Lead, PCBs, etc. (11 years), Compliance Plan Development (16 years – Title V and other Operating Permits, SPCC Plans, Hazardous Waste Plans), and Compliance Training (9 years). His environmental assessment and planning, auditing, and engineering experience covers 40 states, Canada, and South Korea.
Director of Education
Trade Press Media Group, Inc.