Best Practices in Selecting Pollution Control Equipment
- Type: Live Webinar
- Level: Basic
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 0.00
When purchasing air pollution control equipment, asking the right questions is critical. Join this sponsored webinar to examine what to think about, what to consider and challenges to overcome when evaluating and selecting appropriate equipment.
In one hour, you’ll gain a fundamental grounding in the selection and determination of various pollution control equipment using different scrubbing motives. We’ll discuss strategies for managing permit requirements, local regulations, employee safety and environmental stakeholders. We’ll delve into the economics of using a once-through versus recirculating scrubbing system and the pollution issues at work through the manufacturing process and tanks venting. This sponsored webinar also addresses waste incineration, fumes and challenges with processes and situations that generate air stream pollution.
In addition, you’ll gain insights into high removal requirements with highly toxic chemicals and updated standards and regulations impacting pollution control removal, such as ethylene oxide, and more. Case studies, real-life examples and a Q & A will bring your learning to life while providing best practices to ensure you select the right pollution control equipment.
You’ll learn how to:
- Navigate intricate issues with air flows emitting from pollution sources
- Select the best technology to address your needs while considering how particulate matter impacts your choice
- Recognize cost elements to consider, including CAPEX vs OPEX
- Provide the minimum amount of relevant information for inquiries
Eric is a Senior Application Engineer at the Clean Air Group. Previously, he worked at Norton Engineering Consultants and Lummus Technology, where he completed basic engineering packages in the oil and gas industry. He has written articles for industry journals and presented at the AFPM. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University and an MBA from the Stevens Institute of Technology.Read more
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