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    Air Pollution Abatement Technology Overview Video

    This educational 60-minute Webinar is designed to inform listeners about specific air pollution control technology with regards to ensuring ongoing compliance with MACT, NSPS, NESHAP, and state VOC and HAP regulations. The pollution control technology covered in this webinar are thermal oxidizers, catalytic oxidizers, and wet scrubbers. Webinar Presenters: Scott Bayon - Director of Sales / ...

  • Water Gate Quick Dam Video

    The Water-Gate dam is a self-locking water barrier which is considered by many to be the perfect alternative to sandbags – as a single dam enables to replace thousands of sandbags. In addition, the Water‑Gate flood dam adapts to every situation and remains stable regardless of its extended length, direction of water flow, or slope of the ground. Water‑Gate flood protection dams are built to the ...

    By MegaSecur Inc.

  • Official EPA instructional video on NESHAP 6C Regulations

    EPA has developed an informational video describing "Stage I" gasoline storage tank filling control requirements. These requirements result from the Gas Distribution NESHAP 6C Rule. The video is intended to educate 57,000 Gas Distribution Facility owner/operators affected by the NESHAP 6C Rule and to encourage them to apply for their Stage I compliance inspection. The video explains what a NESHAP ...

    By Tanknology Inc.

  • IDModeling Industry Expert Webcast - Ground Water Rule Representative Source Monitoring Plan Video

    The USEPA Guidance Document for complying with the Groundwater Rule discusses the use and benefits of hydraulic computer models. American Water applied the hydraulic model to support the approval of Representative Source Water Monitoring Plans avoiding costly sampling efforts. In this webcast, you will learn how to use the hydraulic model output to indicate the extents and various incremental ...

    By IDModeling, Inc.

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