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AIR QUALITY PERMIT and Environmental Compliance Assistance for Business and Industry Seminar

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Pinal County Air Quality Control Department and the Arizona Environmental Strategic Alliance will host a one-day seminar on "AIR QUALITY PERMIT and ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Compliance Assistance for Business and Industry on Tuesday, March 17th, at the Holiday Inn in Casa Grande, Arizona.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? If your business has an Air Quality Permit in Pinal County, and/or your facility is subject to environmental regulations and inspections, including RCRA, if you would like a heads-up on new regulations, or if you are an environmental consultant working with business or industry in this area, then this seminar is for you! Stay on top of your EH&S compliance program. Speakers include environmental professionals with industry experience applicable to your situation, and experienced Air Quality staff.

For more details and a copy of the agenda, view the SEMINAR FLYER by clicking this icon:

The content of this seminar was developed partly in response to the suggestions we received from many of you through our "Seminar Topic Interest Survey". The Alliance also hosts a fall seminar developed to address other focus areas that were requested through this survey and other attendee input.


AGENDA: For your convenience, a copy of the agenda is below (this is also found on the flyer)










Environmental Compliance Assistance for Business and Industry Seminar

           The Arizona Environmental Strategic Alliance hosted the second annual one-day Environmental Compliance Assistance for Business and Industry Seminar on October 29, 2019, at the Four Points by Sheraton South Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona.  Sixty-two registered attendees representing at least 43 organizations, including small and larger businesses and organizations in at least five Arizona counties, including Maricopa, Pinal, Pima, Gila, and counties, heard presentations from both industry environmental experts and environmental regulatory agency representatives.

PRESENTATIONS

           The presentations included the following (below).  You can download the presentations by clicking on the links.           
Industrial Wastewater Treatment Technologies, Jake Davis, INTEL;
Corporate Responsibility -- Looking at EHS and Sustainability Issues Outside the Box, Matt Conway, PING;
Achieving ISO Certification / Implementation, Kale Walch, Hexcel;
Arizona Legislative Update, Amanda Reeve, Snell & Wilmer;
Air Quality Director's Updates / Maricopa County AQD, Phil McNeely, Director, Maricopa County Air Quality Department;
Air Quality Director's Updates / Pinal County AQCD, Mike Sundblom, Director, Pinal County AQ Control Department;
SUCCESS STORIES: Energy Conservation Examples in Industry, Steven Kessler, Director, Honeywell Aerospace;
SUCCESS STORIES: Water Conservation Examples in Industry, Steven R. Lewis, Jr., Manager, Global Facilities, ON Semiconductor;
Industrial Stormwater Permits: MSGP Changes Go Into Effect January 2020, Chris Henninger, Water Quality, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality;
Changes and Trends at US EPA, Mitchell Klein, Snell & Wilmer; 

Mike Denby, APS (Alliance Chair) opened the seminar with a welcome to attendees, and Dr. Nick Hild, ASU, provided closing remarks at the seminar end. Rob Barmett, Alliance Advisory Council, and Dr. Hild provided speaker introductions.

This seminar and other Alliance environmental seminars continue our series of mentoring and educational environmental compliance seminars. This seminar, and others like it, support several of the primary goals of the Alliance, including protecting Arizona's environment through mentoring and educating Arizona small businesses and providing regulatory compliance assistance. In addition, this and our other Alliance seminars support the Alliance goal of fostering working relationships and communication between environmental regulators and industry.

STATISTICS / HIGHLIGHTS
Number of registered attendees:  62
Facilities or organizations represented:  43
Arizona Counties Represented by Attendees:  5 
Number of Presentations: 10
Seminar Supporting Sponsors:  3 (JAD EHS; Jacobs; and SRM Group)













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Record Attendance at the July AQ Permit Compliance Assistance Seminar   Maricopa County AQ Dept and the Alliance co-hosted the second annual AQ Permit Compliance Assistance Seminar for 88 registered attendees, representing 55 organizations, on July 14, 2015. Our thanks to the speakers, attendees, and Maricopa County AQ Department for their participation and work that made this a great success! "It's important for us to continue to offer this type of seminar to engage the community through innovative environmental compliance to further the mission of clean air for Maricopa County residents and visitors. The expertise and experience that the Alliance provided during the seminar was truly valued by the Department."–director philip McNeely, Maricopa County Air Quality Director

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NOTE:

PP 01 Welcome

PP 02 Kale Walch "When your best laid plans..."

PP 03 Mike Denby, Emissioins Bank

PP 04 Anu Jain, Air Permitting Process and Improvements

PP 05 Bob Farrell, Air Inspections - Process & Common Issues

PP 06 Greg Stanley, Pinal County Economic Development

PP 08 Len Drago, VESP

PP 09 Mike Sundblom, New Projects

PP 10 Lauren Blazeck, Inspections

PP 11 Craig Grismore, Dust Permits