August 21-22, 2012

Crowne Plaza Baltimore North - Hunt Valley
2004 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, MD 21093

This two day workshop included presentations about various topics related to toxic air pollution, including the (generally uncontrolled) use of fumigants at ports, new EPA standards for various sources, and community air pollution studies that have been initiated in various areas in the region. 

Agenda

Presentations

New Jersey Air Toxics Program
Olga Boyko, NJ DEP

Fumigation

Fumigation Overview
Paul Arnold, US EPA Region 3

Fumigation in Delaware
Paul Foster, DE DNREC

Qualified Fumigation Facilities Air Permit Exemptions
Charles Turner, VA DEQ

Air Toxics Regulatory Update
Kevin Culligan, EPA OAQPS

Air Impacts of Emergency Engines Serving Distributed Generation
Julie McDill, MARAMA

Gap Filling HAPs-and other HAP additions by EPA - For Point Sources in the 2008 National Emissions Inventory
Julie McDill, MARAMA

The Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) for the Mercury Air Toxics Standard (MATS)
Kevin Culligan, EPA OAQPS

Why it is Necessary - Characterization of Acute Community Exposure to Hazardous Air Pollutants: The Value of "Hot Spot" Studies
Professor Paul Lioy, Ph.D. Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Instituted of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, UMDNJ and Rutgers University

Community Air Toxics

Citizen Science
Linda Bonanno, NJ DEP

Community Air Toxics Monitoring - City of Suffolk
Charles Turner, VA DEQ

Ambient Mercury Measurements: Tracking Down the Source(s) of Sporadic High Readings (3.4 MB)
Mike Aucott, NJ DEP

Multiple-Pollutant Air Monitoring and Source Identification in Pittsburgh, PA (3.25 MB)
Jane Clougherty, MSc, ScD, University of Pittsburgh

Nanoparticles, Sources, Monitoring Methods, and Potential Health Impacts (4.5 MB)
Yevgen Nazarenko, Rutgers University

Hotel Information

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