Fenceline data is due to be reported to the EPA in the Spring of 2019. Along with the new reporting requirement come data submission guidelines. Is your facility or compliance team up to speed on these new requirements?
If not, Jason Robles and Jesse Miller have got you covered. They’ll go over these new requirements in a Fenceline Monitoring workshop at the 2019 4C Conference.
Instructor(s) / Participants
Course Date and Time: Thursday, February 7, 2019 – 8:00AM
Course Length: 2 Hours
From the field techs that swap out bi-weekly samples, laboratory staff that analyze tubes, consultants and onsite environmental staff, this training will provide valuable insights and information to everyone involved. Fenceline Data is due to be reported in the Spring of 2019 and the latest guidelines for submitting results to the EPA will be discussed. We will also take a comprehensive look at how TubeTrack™ Fenceline Monitoring Software automation optimizes each step of the bi-weekly process. Now that everyone has completed their first year of compliance, we expect this to be an open dialogue where peers can learn and provide help to one another.
Brief overview of topics to be covered:
Equipment handling per Method 325 A&B
How to handle a high benzene value
Submitting results to the EPA
What will the public see?
Automation utilizing TubeTrack™