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Training

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 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.