Resource Training Institute

Applied Clean Air Act Course



This course provides the student with a complete understanding of all facets of the Clean Air Act and the 1990 Amendments. The course takes the students through the fundamentals of air pollution from the sources to abatement equipment to monitoring to air dispersion models. It provides the student with an opportunity to apply the new ANSI N13.1-1999 criteria. Some of the topics that will be covered by the course include:

Intended Audience:

This course is intended for environmental professionals who are responsible for the proper implementation and monitoring of their facilities/site compliance with the requirements of the

Clean Air Act.

  • Description of air pollution sources, effects, and atmospheric models of air pollutants of most concern
  • Application of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments
  • Application of the CAA regulations on permitting, stationary and mobile sources, and ozone depleting substances
  • Compliance determination of Subpart H requirements through radionuclide monitoring
  • Determining sampling criteria required by ANSI N13.1-1999 for a compliant sampling system using PC based software (ASSET)
  • Identifying and describing the purpose of ventilation and air pollution control systems
  • Understanding what Periodic Monitoring is and the various monitoring approaches that can be applied to satisfy compliance

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