The 200 Series courses (below) are designed for environmental professionals in government or industry who specialize in air pollution compliance. Each 200 series course focuses on a specific source category and reviews the general process, theories and applications, source emissions and control techniques, applicable laws and regulations, typical source permit conditions, record keeping and monitoring requirements, and compliance inspection procedures. These one and two day courses are comprised of interactive classroom instruction followed by “hands-on” field training at a representative facility which enhances the student’s learning experience. Classes generally start at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 5:00 p.m. Students must bring applicable safety equipment such as hard hats, safety glasses, ear protection, and safety shoes to participate in the field visit. The field visit and the satisfactory completion of the course exam are required before a “Certificate of Completion” is issued. It is recommended that students complete the 100 level courses prior to attending the 200 level training.

July 17-18, 2012Aggregates, Asphalt, and Concrete Batch Processing Course (246)DescriptionAgenda
July 19, 2012Stationary Reciprocating Engines Course (271)DescriptionAgenda
July 20, 2012Incinerators Course (270)DescriptionAgenda

Instructors for the course are:

  • Robert Warland
  • Dan Speer


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