Part 75 Training

CO-SPONSORED BY THE EPA AND THE VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (VA DEQ)

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016

8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

LOCATION

Virginia Housing Center
4224 Cox Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
Room: Henrico 2 & 3

804-915-3200

Click here for Directions - ample parking in back

INSTRUCTORS

Charles Frushour, EPA, CAMD

Chris Worley, EPA, CAMD

Charles Frushour is an Environmental Engineer who currently works for USEPA in the Emissions Monitoring Branch of the Clean Air Markets Division.  For the past 11 years, Charlie has been a monitoring analyst for EPA's Region 3 states working with utilities and "non-egu" Part 75 affected facilities to implement the monitoring and reporting requirements of Part 75 as they pertain to the Acid Rain Program, Clean Air Interstate Rule, Cross State Air Pollution Rule, and the Mercury and Air Toxics rule.  Charlie interacts with regulated utilities, state and regional staff on a daily basis helping to answer questions and provide policy responses where needed on Part 75 related issues.  Prior to joining EPA, Charlie worked for the Maryland Department of the Environment for 12 years as a compliance inspector responsible mainly for the utility sector but also dealing with other sources including pulp and paper, iron and steel, Portland cement, municipal waste incinerators and various VOC emitting industries. 

Chris Worley is an Environmental Protection Specialist who recently joined the USEPA in the Emissions Monitoring Branch of the Clean Air Markets Division. Prior to joining EPA, Chris worked as a contractor to EPA for 12 years, serving as a project manager and analyst in support of Part 75 electronic data reporting systems, implementation of the Acid Rain Program, Clean Air Interstate Rule, Cross State Air Pollution Rule, and the Mercury and Air Toxics rule.  Chris also supported the National Emissions Inventory Reengineering and the Emissions Reporting Tool (ERT).  Chris began his career working as an air enforcement and compliance inspector, working for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This training is designed for state and EPA Regional inspectors, permit writers, planning personnel etc., who interact with Part 75 monitoring and reporting on a somewhat routine basis.  The course will attempt to provide a general overview of Part 75, while pointing out areas of interest for state and regional staff with respect to inspections, audits, notifications, hardcopy submissions and test reports that involve state and regional staff.   

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to provide general training in the monitoring and reporting requirements of 40 CFR Part 75.  The course will provide details on the various monitoring options allowed by Part 75, review and discuss the initial and ongoing quality assurance tests associated with different CEMs and monitoring options, discuss certification and recertification requirements, discuss MATS reporting to ECMPS, discuss and provide an overview of the ECMPS software and generally touch on some of the areas where state and Regional personnel can play a key role in Part 75 implementation.   

AGENDA

REGISTRATION

Please register on line at www.APTI-learn.net

Registration Deadline: October 28, 2016 

 

MARAMA SUPPORT

MARAMA will offer support to cover the cost of room and tax only (November 14th and 15th) for up to 2 staff members per MARAMA member agency.  Supported attendees are responsible for all incidentals and travel. Overnight support is not available to those individuals who live within 50 miles of the course location.  If additional or alternative support is needed, pre-approval is necessary and a request must come from your agency’s Air Director (or their designee) and emailed to MARAMA’s Executive Director, Susan Wierman as well as MARAMA’s Training Coordinators, Jackie Burkhardt and Sue Dilli prior to the event.  A list of what type of support is needed, an estimate of additional costs, and the reason for the support is essential to include.

HOTEL INFORMATION

All attendees are responsible for booking their own reservations.  There are several hotels nearby to choose from (listed below).  Please note that any staff member, who MARAMA supports for this meeting, should stay at a hotel which offers the government per diem rate, not to exceed $91.00 plus tax, in order for MARAMA to provide reimbursement.  When booking your reservation, please indicate that you are a government employee in order to get the government per diem rate.  You will need to show your government ID upon check-in. 

NOTE:  After you make your reservations, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know which hotel you chose.

Hampton Inn – Richmond West
10800 W. Broad St.
Glen Allen, VA 23060

Reservations: 804-747-7777

Comfort Inn Suites
4051 Innslake Drive
Glen Allen, VA 23060

Reservations: 804-217-9200

Hyatt Place
4100 Cox Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060

Reservations: 804-747-9644