Upcoming webinar on biomass air quality
March 8, 2011
By Biomass Thermal Energy Council
Mar. 8, 2011 – The Biomass Thermal Energy Council is holding its fourth webinar: Biomass Air Quality: Measuring, Controlling, and Regulating Emissions.
Mar. 8, 2011 – The Biomass Thermal Energy
Council is holding its fourth webinar: Biomass Air Quality: Measuring,
Controlling, and Regulating Emissions. Pre-registration is required for the
free webinar, which will take place on March 17, 2011, at 14:00 ET.
Across the United States, citizens and
businesses have been asking and responding to complex questions on emissions
from biomass energy applications: What is the carbon profile of biomass? How
clean is biomass combustion? How will biomass be regulated? The webinar
speakers will provide insight into these questions and more. Topics include: a
review of the Environmental Protection Agency's new boiler MACT rules; a
comparison of greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants from different
biomass end uses; discussion of new studies and tools for calculating biomass
emissions; and an exploration of pollution control technologies for biomass
thermal technologies. A question and answer session with the speakers will
Jim Eddinger, Energy Strategies Group,
Environmental Protection Agency
Carrie Lee, Staff Scientist, Stockholm
John Hinckley, Principle Consultant,
Resource Systems Group
Moderator: Joseph Seymour, BTEC Program
Coordinator for Policy and Government Affairs.
Advance registration is required: click
here. You will need a computer, internet access, and at least one hour of your
time. All registrants will have access to a live recording and copy of the
presentation after the webinar.
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