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CEMS

Common CEMS Program Audit Findings

Eric Wiley - VIM Technologies

Description

Issues of non-compliance and poor system performance are frequently discovered during CEMS program audits. The presentation will also focus on best practice implementation that can assist facilities in ensuring that their CEMS programs are compliant with applicable regulatory requirements and help utilize limited resources as efficiently as possible. Real world examples of CEMS audit findings will be outlined and ways to avoid such issues will be discussed.

Date

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Time

1:30PM

Location

Room 404

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CEMS

Common CEMS RATA Failures and Risks

Paula Metz - Alliance Source Testing

Description

This presentation will focus on thing that may cause a CEMS RATA to fail and what can be done on the facility side and by the stack tester to reduce the potential for failures.

Date

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Time

11:00AM

Location

Room 404

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CEMS

Particulate Testing: Modern Solutions to Modern Limits

Justin Sullivan - Alliance Source Testing

Description

Particulate matter (PM) with diameters less than 10 and 2.5 micrometers pose a significant health risk to local communities. Because of this, regulations regarding PM 10 and PM 2.5 are ever increasing. The methodology used to test for PM is advancing to meet the needs of modern standards. Other Test Method (OTM) 37 offers a superior approach to PM testing as compared to traditional sampling techniques. This discussion will take an in depth look at several side by side comparisons of data from OTM 37 and traditional sampling methods. Topics discussed will include reduced test time, greater analytical sensitivity, and decreased bias from interferents.

Date

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Time

3:00PM

Location

Room 404

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CEMS

Comprehensive CEMS Stack 102: Process Optimization

Dean Kotecki - Envea

Description

Continuous monitoring instruments for bag–house filter performance control, bag leak detectors, flue gas & solid flow moisture monitoring, level detection, reagent injection control, etc. allowing the optimization of your processes: raw material & energy savings, reduction of environmental impacts.

Date

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Time

3:30PM

Location

Room 404

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CEMS

Live Demo: Improving Sample Probe, Chiller, and Filter Performance

Donny Klotz - M&C TechGroup North America

Description

Live demonstration to teach the audience about the many ways in which various Continuous Emissions Monitoring System components can be improved, optimized and properly specified for various applications. We'll discuss sample transport and conditioning considerations associated with extractive probe configurations, gas chiller options, filtration materials and temperature controls, and help end-users identify and overcome common CEMS challenges.

Date

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Time

10:30AM

Location

Room 404

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CEMS

Ethylene Oxide CEMS

Steve Hall - Spectrum Environmental Solutions, LLC

Description

Reducing emissions of ethylene oxide has recently become a focus of U.S. EPA following revised risk assessments for the compound. On November 11, 2019, the U.S. EPA released a pre-publication version of proposed amendments to the Miscellaneous Organic NESHAP (MON). The MON amendments include new monitoring and testing requirements for control devices used to control ethylene oxide emissions. Part of these new requirements include continuous monitoring of ethylene oxide concentrations using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS) for control devices other than a flare. This presentation will describe how FTIR can be used to monitor ethylene oxide and elaborate on the continuous ethylene oxide monitoring requirements found in the MON.

Date

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Time

12:00PM

Location

Room 416A

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