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  • Introductory Courses

  • Application of Key Elements of RMP/PSM

    Application of Key Elements of RMP/PSM

    This ½-day course is designed for professionals responsible for implementing and managing RMP and PSM programs at their facility. The course will utilize instructor experience, industry examples, and roundtable discussions to highlight best practices for demonstrating ongoing compliance with required program elements. Implementation of key program elements that will be discussed include management of change, mechanical integrity, process...

  • Clean Water Act Permitting and Compliance

    Clean Water Act Permitting and Compliance

    This 1-day course is designed for persons who need to understand the basics of water programs authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA). The course covers such essential topics as water permitting and compliance; storm water permitting and compliance; spill prevention, control and countermeasures planning and compliance; wetlands permitting; and other CWA programs. The course format includes practical exercises and an open group discussion sessions...

  • Compliance Workshop for Ozone Depleting Substances

    Compliance Workshop for Ozone Depleting Substances

    This ½-day course is for environmental and maintenance personnel tasked with complying with the 40 CFR Part 82 ozone depleting substance (ODS) requirements. The course covers regulatory requirements regarding phase out schedules, labeling, stationary refrigerant systems (including leak repair provisions for equipment with refrigerant charge of >50 pounds), motor vehicle air conditioners, and halon fire suppression systems. Both classroom and...

  • Federal Air Quality Permitting on Tribal Landsd Reports

    Federal Air Quality Permitting on Tribal Landsd Reports

    This new ½-day course presents practical elements of complying with federal air quality regulations on Tribal Lands. The U.S. EPA NSR program for minor sources on Tribal Lands will be detailed, as well as federal permitting considerations for major NSR and Title V sources.

  • Fundamentals of Odor: Measurements, Modeling, and Minimization

    Fundamentals of Odor: Measurements, Modeling, and Minimization

    This 1-day course is for corporate/facility environmental personnel who need to assess, control, and manage odor, as well as those tasked with handling odor complaints or designing odor ordinances. The course examines how odor is measured and objectively analyzed, how off-site odor impacts are modeled, and strategies to successfully control and minimize odor. The course includes case studies on odor issues in industry, exercises on Odor Response...

  • Advanced Air Permitting

  • Benzene Waste Operations NESHAP

    Benzene Waste Operations NESHAP

    This 1-day course is designed for petroleum refining, chemical plant, and TSDF environmental staff and management who need an understanding of the Benzene Waste Operations NESHAP (BWON). The course covers such essential topics as rule applicability, point of generation (POG) determination, total annual benzene (TAB) calculations, 2 Mg and 6 Mg compliance options, and control requirements under the rule. The course format includes lectures and case...

  • Compliance Management for Fugitive Emissions & LDAR

    Compliance Management for Fugitive Emissions & LDAR

    This 1-day course benefits corporate and facility environmental personnel responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable air quality regulations with respect to fugitive emissions and leak detection and repair (LDAR). The course includes a review of fugitive emissions sources and emissions quantification methods. It includes a discussion of various regulations requiring control of fugitive emissions and focuses on managing an LDAR program to...

  • NSR/PSD Compliance Workshop

    NSR/PSD Compliance Workshop

    This 2-day course benefits plant and corporate environmental professionals with compliance, auditing, and air permitting responsibilities. The course covers essential topics such as permit applicability assessments, key regulatory definitions, types of modifications, exemptions, and emissions netting/emissions change calculations and thresholds. It also addresses best available control technology (BACT)/lowest achievable emission rate (LAER)...

  • Environmental Management

  • Building a Compliance Management System Using Microsoft Software

    Building a Compliance Management System Using Microsoft Software

    Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) compliance requirements at most industrial facilities involve extensive data collection, review, validation, documentation, communication, and reporting. Employees are often overwhelmed with daily scheduled and unplanned events. It is not uncommon to learn that a plant has developed numerous spreadsheets, each with multiple checklists for various types of tasks in different schedules. These checklists must be...

  • Corporate Performance Improvement for Effective Management of EH&S Business Risk

    Corporate Performance Improvement for Effective Management of EH&S Business Risk

    This 1-day course for EH&S and business risk managers reveals how to improve corporate performance through more effective management of EH&S, sustainability, and carbon risks and opportunities. The course focuses on business risk management guidelines and standards that companies use to identify, assess, and manage risks to achieve business objectives, including ISO 31000, COSO enterprise risk management, business continuity management (ISO...

  • Developing an EH&S Management System for Improved Performance

    Developing an EH&S Management System for Improved Performance

    This 1-day course presents the steps associated with implementing an integrated management system for improving EH&S performance. It explains how to leverage an EH&S management system (EMS) as the starting point for launching sustainability initiatives, how to manage EH&S data effectively through the use of information technology, and how to streamline the process for reporting performance metrics. Case studies and interactive examples...

  • Doing Business in China - EHS Regulations

    Doing Business in China - EHS Regulations

    As the fastest growing economy in the world, China is rapidly developing new EH&S requirements to deal with increasing concerns on various EH&S aspects. With operations in China since 2006, Trinity developed this course to serve U.S. companies with interests in China. This ½-day course provides an overview of EH&S regulations in China and explains how to successfully work with Chinese regulatory agencies to demonstrate compliance...

  • Managing Environmental Sustainability

    Managing Environmental Sustainability

    This 1-day course for environmental managers provides an introduction to the concepts of sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR), how sustainability programs are developed, and how companies can achieve competitive business advantage through sustainable business approaches.

  • Industry-Specific

  • Air Permitting for Industrial Sand Operations

    Air Permitting for Industrial Sand Operations

    This new 1-day course is designed to give industrial sand manufacturers an overview of air quality permitting, monitoring, and compliance strategies. The course addresses air quality permitting and emerging monitoring requirements for new mines, wet plants, and dry plants, as well as modifications to existing operations.

  • Air Permitting for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfills

    Air Permitting for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfills

    This 1-day course is for landfill managers, engineers, and environmental professionals who are responsible for the permitting of landfill expansions, gas-to-energy (combustion) projects, and flare installations. Topics include the use of U.S. EPA’s LandGEM model for estimating LFG generation rates, best practices for determining the potential to emit from MSW landfills (and related sources), tips for negotiating permit conditions, and...

  • Air Quality Basics for Oil and Gas Field Operators

    Air Quality Basics for Oil and Gas Field Operators

    This ¾-day course for field personnel in the upstream oil & natural gas industry addresses commonly used equipment at oil & natural gas facilities and associated air quality regulations. The course provides practical overviews of NSPS OOOO, GHG rules, engine rules, and others often triggered for upstream and midstream activities. Environmental managers interested in auditing this course for field operators should contact Georgette...

  • Air Quality Permitting & Compliance for Natural Gas Operations in the Appalachian Basin

    Air Quality Permitting & Compliance for Natural Gas Operations in the Appalachian Basin

    This 1-day course is for environmental/project engineering staff responsible for air permitting of natural gas operations in PA, OH, and WV. Those new to air permitting in these states as well as veterans benefit from the dynamic discussion of recent developments in evolving state-specific requirements. This course covers all segments of natural gas operations (production, processing, gathering, and transmission) in the Marcellus and Utica Shale...

  • Air Quality Permitting & Compliance for Oil & Gas Operations (State Rules)

    Air Quality Permitting & Compliance for Oil & Gas Operations (State Rules)

    This 1-day course provides an overview of air quality regulations and permitting options for oil & gas operations in the state where the course is located. While this is an introductory course designed for those new to air quality permitting for oil & gas, permitting veterans will benefit from regulatory updates. Course format includes case studies, interactive review, and calculation exercises to maximize understanding of the material.

  • Environmental Auditing

  • Air Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    Air Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    This 1-day course is for industrial corporate and facility environmental personnel responsible for air permitting and compliance audits. The course covers general auditing concepts and practices, a brief overview of air regulations and permitting requirements, how to prepare and complete an air compliance audit, and documenting and handling audit findings.

  • Clean Water Act Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    Clean Water Act Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    This 1-day course is designed for individuals who audit or plan to audit facilities for compliance with Clean Water Act (CWA) programs. The course covers such essential topics as auditing protocols and tools, water auditing resources, audit policies and incentives, an overview and review of CWA programs, physical features to inspect, records to review, evaluation procedures, and common findings. The course format includes auditing exercises based on...

  • Waste Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    Waste Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    This 1-day course is designed for individuals who audit or plan to audit compliance with waste management regulations. The course covers such essential topics as auditing protocols and tools, waste auditing resources, audit policies and incentives, an overview and review of waste regulations, physical features to inspect, records to review, evaluation procedures, and common findings. The course format includes auditing exercises based on situations...

  • Technical Courses

  • Ambient Monitoring Fundamentals Course

    Ambient Monitoring Fundamentals Course

    This new 1-day course provides a fundamental understanding of the considerations and requirements of ambient air quality and meteorological monitoring. This course covers station siting criteria all the way through data submittal, and includes a brief outdoor lab to exemplify the siting process, as well as the operation of multiple tools of the trade. Further instrumentation discussion and examples are conducted in an indoor laboratory setting....

  • Advanced Spreadsheet Functionality for Air Quality Compliance

    Advanced Spreadsheet Functionality for Air Quality Compliance

    Microsoft Excel is widely used by environmental professionals in calculating emissions, compiling environmental reports, keeping operational records, and complying with permit limits. A properly designed spreadsheet can significantly reduce the time spent and potential errors in permitting, compliance and reporting tasks. In this 1-day workshop, new and seasoned environmental professionals learn to use advanced Microsoft Excel functions to streamline...

  • AERMOD Computer Modeling Laboratory

    AERMOD Computer Modeling Laboratory

    This 2-day course is designed for environmental professionals with little dispersion modeling experience who wish to use the AERMOD model or to better understand AERMOD results provided by others. Course topics include source characterization, building and terrain data, and results interpretation. The course includes hands-on modeling exercises and interactive lectures. It can be taken with the Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling course, scheduled...

  • Air Pollution Control Technology and Compliance Management

    Air Pollution Control Technology and Compliance Management

    The goal of this course is to provide information that will help environmental professionals to address present and future air pollution control issues. The course will enable students to be familiar with the various interrelated aspects of air pollution control, understand the operating principles of air pollution control system, and have a good understanding of some of the technical aspects of controlling air pollution.

  • Introductory Courses for New Environmental Professionals

    These courses, for the new environmental professional, are designed to provide an intensive introduction to environmental regulatory requirements. Participants may elect to attend the 4-day boot camp, two-day overview course, or any single course focused on media-specific issues.

  • OSHA Regulations

    OSHA Regulations

    This one--day workshop will instruct students on the most common OSHA Regulations. The course is designed for new and experienced OHS and SHE Managers and related staff seeking a broad understanding of OSHA requirements including Confined Space Entry, Lockout -Tag out, Industrial Hygiene, Audiometric Monitoring, Guarding, Electrical Safety, and many other requirements.

  • Environmental Recordkeeping & Reporting

    Environmental Recordkeeping & Reporting

    This 2-day course provides a detailed multimedia overview of environmental reporting requirements and fundamentals. The course addresses environmental reports required during a calendar year through the implementation of practical work exercises that cover program applicability, compliance pitfalls, completion of required forms, and review of recordkeeping requirements. A discussion of best practices, or compliance techniques, is also provided.

  • Air Quality Regulations

    Air Quality Regulations

    Emerging and evolving Title V and MACT regulations and issues will be a major focus of this course. Topics will include Title V operating permits, basic requirements of the Clean Air Act (NSR/PSD, BACT, NSPS), and EPA terminology and acronyms in air quality regulations.

  • RCRA Waste Management Regulations

    RCRA Waste Management Regulations

    Environmental professionals responsible for designing and implementing programs for the management of solid and hazardous wastes will benefit from this training course that explores the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations as it applies to industrial facilities. The course will include topics such as definitions of solid and hazardous wastes, allowable ways to treat hazardous waste on-site, waste labeling and storage requirements,...

  • Clean Water Act Permitting & Compliance

    Clean Water Act Permitting & Compliance

    This course provides an overview of the Clean Water Act and the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). Several NPDES permit types such as storm water, industrial wastewater, and POTW pre-treatment are covered.

  • SPCC and One Plan Workshop

    SPCC and One Plan Workshop

    This workshop presents current SPCC requirements and addresses issues such as navigable waters, reasonable expectation, loading racks, impracticability determinations, environmental equivalence, oil-filled electrical equipment, secondary containment, performance-based requirements, and industry standards for inspections and integrity testing for practical compliance. The course covers developing SPCC plans and Integrated Contingency Plans, as well as...

  • Environmental Regulations

    Environmental Regulations

    This course is designed for new or experienced environmental personnel interested in developing a broader understanding of all environmental media. This course provides an introduction to the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Waste Management and RCRA as they relate to industrial facilities.

  • Advanced Air Quality Permitting Programs for Senior Environmental Staff

    These advanced courses are intended for environmental professionals with air quality experience seeking an in-depth understanding of regulatory requirements that impact their business operations. Experienced instructors provide knowledge and real-life case studies throughout the course to highlight compliance strategies and solutions.

  • Advanced NSR Permitting Workshop

    Advanced NSR Permitting Workshop

    This one-day course provides a concise overview of major NSR regulations (PSD and nonattainment NSR) and permitting requirements with a primary emphasis on more advanced topics. Topics include detailed applicability calculations (including complex netting issues), various techniques for conducting BACT analyses (with emphasis on economics impacts), GHG implementation, RMRR, PALs, project aggregation, alternatives sites and processes evaluations, PM2.5...

  • Title V Compliance Workshop

    Title V Compliance Workshop

    This one-day course is designed for new and experienced professionals who are interested in gaining insights on how to minimize the impact of Title V operating permits, reduce duplicative or unnecessary monitoring, and standardize permits across agencies. The course will provide strategies on how to ensure compliance while minimizing the operational intrusions required by Title V permits. Example permit conditions will be discussed to provide insights...

  • Sustainability & Environmental Management Programs

    These management courses are intended for senior environmental professionals and managers responsible for developing and implementing environmental management programs. Attendees will leave these courses with enough information and resources to develop a new program or improve their existing program. The classes also provide networking opportunities for attendees to share environmental program implementation experiences and strategies.

  • Using Life Cycle Analysis to Reduce Environmental Footprint

    Using Life Cycle Analysis to Reduce Environmental Footprint

    This course introduces students to the key steps in conducting an LCA, emphasizing how to ensure relevant data for improving environmental performance are gathered and analyzed. Course attendees will develop a practical understanding of the LCA framework and applications of the LCA for organizational sustainability initiatives. Beyond providing a thorough explanation of the LCA process, the course also addresses emerging protocols for determining...

  • Fundamentals of Organizational GHG Accounting

    Fundamentals of Organizational GHG Accounting

    Many companies are currently addressing how to best manage the varying regulatory and stakeholder requirements and pressures around communicating climate change impacts and progress and the issue of organizational GHG accounting is central to this issue. Attend this one-day course to learn about the overlapping as well as distinct requirements related to GHG accounting for a variety of regimes. This course provides the attendee with a firm...

  • EPA GHG Mandatory Reporting Rule Overview - (1-day)

    EPA GHG Mandatory Reporting Rule Overview - (1-day)

    Join Trinity Consultants for this full-day workshop as we cover the recently finalized greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting rule. This comprehensive training session will include monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements as well as calculation methodologies. Sample calculations, examples and exercises will be used throughout the day to demonstrate applicability and emissions calculations.

  • Organizational GHG Accounting - Oil & Gas Industry

    Organizational GHG Accounting - Oil & Gas Industry

    This one-day course for environmental managers provides an in-depth focus on organizational accounting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and emissions reductions for the oil and gas sector, including upstream, midstream and downstream, with particular emphasis on GHG accounting and quantification for refinery operations. This course focuses on preparing effective and verifiable corporate GHG inventories and utilizes sector-specific GHG protocols and...

  • Corporate Environmental Sustainability

    Corporate Environmental Sustainability

    This one-day course for environmental managers provides an introduction to concepts of sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR). This course is beneficial to corporate and facility level environmental personnel interested in becoming familiar with the concepts of environmental sustainability and how companies can achieve competitive business advantage through sustainable business approaches. Through this course, the attendee will learn...

  • Industry-Specific Training for Environmental Professionals

  • New Source Review for Utilities

    New Source Review for Utilities

    New Source Review applicability and triggers for electric utilities. Topics include an NSR overview, focus on key aspects such as regulated NSR pollutants, exemptions from NSR (including RMRR), calculation of the project emissions increase and net emissions increases.

  • Chemical Manufacturing Area Source NESHAP

    Chemical Manufacturing Area Source NESHAP

    This half-day workshop provides background and guidance on EPA’s recently finalized National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants affecting the chemical manufacturing industry. Course content will include background information on the Area Source NESHAP program and the Area Source MON, an overview of the rule structure, and the associated standards, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements. Applicability flow charts will...

  • NESHAP for Miscellaneous Organic Chemical Manufacturing (The MON)

    NESHAP for Miscellaneous Organic Chemical Manufacturing (The MON)

    This one-day workshop provides background and guidance on EPA’s National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants affecting the miscellaneous organic chemical manufacturing industry (the MON). Course content will include background information on the MACT program and the MON, an overview of the standards, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements. Applicability flow charts will be provided to assist your facility in...

  • MACT Compliance for the Pharmaceutical Industry

    MACT Compliance for the Pharmaceutical Industry

    This one-day course provides background and guidance on EPA’s National Emission Standards for Pharmaceuticals Production (“Pharmaceuticals MACT”). Course content will include background information on the MACT program, analysis of applicability criteria, and a summary of the standards, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements. Case studies are also included to encourage class participation and provide practical examples...

  • Clean Air Act Workshop for the Petroleum Refining Industry

    Clean Air Act Workshop for the Petroleum Refining Industry

    In this popular workshop, attendees learn the essentials of proactive compliance with the Clean Air Act. Industry-specific issues are covered, including NSPS, MACT, PSD, and nonattainment NSR. Emissions quantification techniques are also covered and updates are provided on emerging issues such as GHG regulation and MACT residual risk. All Clean Air Act Workshops include hands-on exercises, extensive industry examples, and case studies.

  • Clean Air Act Workshop for the Oil and Natural Gas Industry

    Clean Air Act Workshop for the Oil and Natural Gas Industry

    This one-day workshop is tailored to the Natural Gas Industry from upstream E&P through gas processing, fractionation, transmission, and storage. Attendees learn the essentials of proactive compliance with the Clean Air Act. Industry-specific issues are covered, including minor and major source permitting and federal air quality standards. Trinity’s course is beneficial to operations and environmental personnel responsible for obtaining...

  • Environmental Compliance Auditing

    These courses include basic auditing skill development for new environmental professionals and more advanced media-specific courses to provide experienced auditing professionals the expertise to investigate, evaluate and communicate compliance issues. Attendees will tackle permit and regulatory requirements, typical audit findings, commonly overlooked compliance issues, and distinguishing compliance findings from recommended practices. Auditing protocols, checklists, and software will also be e

  • Internal EH&S Management Systems Auditing

    Internal EH&S Management Systems Auditing

    This one-day workshop will instruct students on how to develop an effective EH&S management system audit program and conduct value-added EH&S management system audits with respect to ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 requirements. The course is designed for EH&S managers and related staff at organizations that have implemented an EH&S management system and need to train an internal audit team.

  • Air Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    Air Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    This course provides focused training on performing in-depth audits of facilities specifically for air compliance issues, background on air regulatory programs, and best practices for conducting audits. Students learn strategies for uncovering air compliance issues related to air permitting and regulatory requirements, permit modifications, and process changes, as well as the disclosure and resolution processes.

  • Water Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    Water Compliance Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    The focus of this one-day course is compliance auditing under the Clean Water Act. Content will focus on auditing strategies for both direct and indirect wastewater permit compliance, categorical and significant industrial users, wastewater sampling, recordkeeping, and reporting. Participants should have a working knowledge of basic wastewater regulations.

  • Technical Courses for Environmental Professionals

    These courses, built on Trinity's extensive air quality experience are intended for technical professionals responsible for performing or supervising emissions quantification, dispersion modeling, or stack testing. Each technical course provides an in-depth review of the science and technology basis in order to enhance the attendee’s understanding. Instructors with extensive applied experience teach hands-on computer laboratories and use actual case studies when presenting information.

  • Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling

    Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling

    In this flagship course, students receive a thorough introduction to air dispersion modeling theory and application. Topics of discussion include the regulatory requirements for modeling, modeling study design, and U.S. EPA modeling guidelines and protocol.

  • Emission Reduction Technology & Compliance Management

    Emission Reduction Technology & Compliance Management

    The goal of this course is to provide information that will help environmental professionals to address present and future air pollution control issues. The course will enable students to be familiar with the various interrelated aspects of air pollution control, understand the operating principles of air pollution control system, and have a good understanding of some of the technical aspects of controlling air pollution.

  • Emissions Quantification and Reporting

    Emissions Quantification and Reporting

    This course provides an overview of emissions inventory requirements, emission quantification methodologies, and the applications of various emission programs. Learn to apply the best approach to quantify emissions from common industrial processes.

  • AERMOD Modeling Computer Laboratory

    AERMOD Modeling Computer Laboratory

    This course provides hands-on instruction using AERMOD, U.S. EPA’s preferred air quality dispersion models. It includes a brief theoretical review and emphasizes formulating and conducting an air quality analysis utilizing the refined model options.

  • Dispersion Modeling for Managers - Planning & Review

    Dispersion Modeling for Managers - Planning & Review

    This one-day course for environmental managers who review or manage dispersion modeling will cover modeling concepts and regulatory requirements for state and federal air permitting.  Learn when and why modeling is required, different models to be used, possible complications, and how to identify errors.

  • Modeling Analysis for Flammable/Toxic Releases

    Modeling Analysis for Flammable/Toxic Releases

    This course focuses on source analysis and air quality impact assessments for industrial accidental releases.  The course covers model assumptions, strengths, and shortcomings.  Attendees will learn to select analysis strategies and reliably critique work.

  • Managing Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS)

    Managing Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS)

    This course presents regulatory requirements and technical issues in the field of continuous emission monitoring (CEM) necessary to manage a successful monitoring program. The course highlights Federal programs requiring CEM systems, sampling and analytical methods, and certification and quality assurance requirements. Techniques for specifying, evaluating, and purchasing CEM systems will also be discussed. The course is designed for engineers and other...

  • Stack Testing Workshop

    Stack Testing Workshop

    This workshop introduces EPA stack testing methods and their observation checklists as well as discussions of managing stack testing requirements, observing stack testing (e.g. trial burns), verifying calculation of emission data, validating analytical data, and various sampling methods. The workshop provides the fundamental skills necessary for meeting stack testing regulatory requirements and evaluating the data for decision-making purposes.

  • Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop

    Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop

    This 3-day workshop demonstrates step-by-step procedures for completing an ambient air impact analysis based on a case study of an industrial facility that includes open pits (quarries), conveyor transfers and haul roads, storage piles, roof monitors, building vents, point sources, and flares.  Parameter refinement methods are included.

  • State Specific Environmental Courses

    Trinity’s state courses provide detailed training on environmental regulations that impact your operation. Our instructors are selected based on their experience dealing with local regulations. Following a brief overview on federal requirements, state regulations are emphasized in these intensive courses. All courses include a comprehensive resource manual, refreshments, and lunch.

  • GHG Reporting Workshop

    GHG Reporting Workshop

    This half-day course reviews key features of EPA's Mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reporting rule, as finalized on 9/22/2009. The course will address: (1) emission estimation methodologies, (2) monitoring, (3) reporting, and (4) recordkeeping requirements. In addition, this course will review methods previously employed to complete voluntary reports, such as for The Climate Registry, and will compare these protocols to the required procedures of EPA's...

  • Air Quality Permitting in Texas and Texas Title V

    Air Quality Permitting in Texas and Texas Title V

    Learn about the latest issues as well as strategies for achieving compliance with the Texas New Source Review (NSR) program and the latest decisions, possible outcomes, and recommended strategies at Trinity’s one-day course covering TCEQ federal operating permit requirements.

  • Air Quality Permitting Programs

    Air Quality Permitting Programs

    These popular courses provide extensive training on state-specific air permitting and compliance requirements, including the state-specific NSR programs, and recent regulatory developments.

  • Air Quality Modeling Programs

    Air Quality Modeling Programs

    These modeling courses cover general dispersion modeling requirements with an emphasis on state permitting programs.

  • Title V Permitting Programs

    Title V Permitting Programs

    These courses provide in-depth training on state-specific Title V permitting programs including rule applicability determination, compliance demonstration, and compliance management strategies.

  • Water and Waste Management Programs

    Water and Waste Management Programs

    This course provides an overview of the federal and state permitting requirements related to water and waste management. Attendees follow a comprehensive case study to apply knowledge learned throughout the course.

  • Environmental Reporting Requirements

    Environmental Reporting Requirements

    This course provides an overview of the annual environmental reports required including the Annual Waste Summary, Tier II, Air Emissions Inventory, Toxics Release Inventory, Title V Certification, and Pollution Prevention Progress reports. Attendees learn reporting techniques and strategies through class examples.

  • Texas Emission Event/MSS Authorization & Reporting Workshop

    Texas Emission Event/MSS Authorization & Reporting Workshop

    This comprehensive one-day workshop covers air quality regulations and requirements pertaining to properly address situations associated with emissions events (EE) and scheduled/unscheduled maintenance, start-up, and shutdown activities (MSS). The course is especially beneficial to operations and environmental personnel who are responsible for reporting or obtaining permits, and maintaining air quality compliance, as well as those who seek a general...

  • California GHG: AB32 & CCAR Reporting, Audits & Requirements

    California GHG: AB32 & CCAR Reporting, Audits & Requirements

    Learn how the AB32 goals are determined and how the reductions will be achieved in California.  Through examples and exercises, this course covers the development of the baseline (1990) emission level, mandatory reporting requirements, preparing a GHG inventory, Early Action Measures, market mechanisms, audit and verification, trading, and planning reductions.

  • South Coast AQMD AB2588

    South Coast AQMD AB2588

    The AB2588 Air Toxics “Hot Spots” Emission Inventory Criteria and Guidelines Regulation will provide direction and criteria to facilities on how to compile and submit required air toxics emission data.  Learn about the applicability of AB2588 and about the four-tier approach to calculate human health risks.  Attendees will get hands-on experience calculating human health risks using Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III approaches and a...

  • RECLAIM Workshop

    RECLAIM Workshop

    This half-day course covers the SCAQMD’s Regional Clean Air Incentives Market (RECLAIM) that allows facilities to trade air emissions credits.  Topics include an overview, the NSR process, allocation/trading RTCs, emission calculation methods, monitoring and reporting requirements, and program updates.