November 8, 2012
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST


Webinar Overview:

MARAMA and the Institute of Clean air Companies (ICAC) will hold a webinar on Thursday November 8, 20102. Three presentations by ICAC member companies will highlight control strategies for NOx and VOC reductions, and portable testing equipment for NOx and CO monitoring, from stationary gas and diesel engines used in the development of oil and gas shale resources. Compliance with the RICE NESHAP that goes into effect in 2013 will also be discussed.

State and local personnel attending the wbinar will learn about the latest air pollution control equipment that sources can use to reduce emissions of both criteria and hazardous air pollutants, as well as the measurement capabilities portable testing equipment for both process control, engine efficiency, and regualtory compliance. Permitting, compliance, and planning staff may want to attend. Please note that there is a limited number of lines, so we recommend agencies share lines if possible.


Wilson Chu, Johnson Matthey

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Johnson Matthey, a global leader in stationary emissions control technology, will discuss its latest generation of catalytic converter/silencers, its exhaust pressure and temperature monitor to help ensure ongoing RICE NESHAP compliance, and case study: Orange County Sanitation digester gas SCR/Oxidation emission control system.


Jeff Kudronowicz, Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.

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Anguil Environmental Systems Inc. provides thermal and catalytic oxidizers for industrial air pollution control applications. Anguil’s portion of the webinar will examine the latest abatement technologies and techniques being used in the shale and unconventional gas industries by natural gas processors.


Craig McKim, Testo


Testo, a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of portable instrumentation, will discuss procedures used for NOx and CO testing on rich burn or lean burn engines. It will include topics including 1) what to look for (or observe) on site during calibration and testing 2) shows how either calibration technique and analyzer design can effect NOx and CO tests results, and 3) how advancements in analyzer designs and data collection can help to provide better compliance validated data for JJJJ testing or for periodic monitoring.

More information will be posted as it is available including registration. If you are interested in receiving any updates or the announcement for this webinar, please email Alice Lutrey (alutrey @ and you will be put on the mailing list.