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ETC: Air Quality Permitting & Compliance

March 23 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT

Attendees will learn answers to the questions: Why are air permits required? What goes into getting air permits? How do I comply with my permit? And, what other air compliance topics could affect my business?

CEC ETC Air Quality Permitting & Compliance Agenda


0.4 CEUs available upon completion of this course.

The quiz and optional survey will be emailed to you once the course has concluded.

A CEU certificate will be emailed to all attendees who complete the post-course quiz within 7 days of the course. Please allow 7-10 business days to receive this certificate. 

This presentation will be recorded for internal training purposes only. 

About CEC’s Educational Training Courses (CEC/ETC): CEC/ETC was created to educate and keep our clients and others in the industrial/commercial community up-to-date on regulatory programs that affect them. The program is structured around a group of regulatory topics that cover the basic needs of attendees.

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Featured Speakers

Leah Blinn

Vice President

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Leah Blinn
Ms. Blinn is a Principal with Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. and is the Corporate Air Quality Practice Lead. She is a Chemical Engineer with over 20 years of experience in managing and executing air quality work for various industries throughout the country. She is experienced in air dispersion modeling, emission calculations, permitting, compliance, auditing, regulatory interpretation, and agency negotiation. Her experience is with a wide-range of industries including oil & gas, electric utility generation, municipal solid waste landfills, chemical manufactures, and metals manufacturing.
Kris Macoskey, QEP

Vice President

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Kris Macoskey
Mr. Macoskey is one of the leaders of CEC’s environmental practice with particular emphasis on air quality permitting and compliance. He has over 27 years of experience helping facilities manage their environmental regulatory compliance obligations. Mr. Macoskey has expertise in identifying compliance gaps, filling those gaps, developing programs, and providing training aimed at maintaining ongoing compliance. Mr. Macoskey is knowledgeable in federal and state environmental programs affecting industry and has special expertise in the area of air quality compliance and permitting.  He has managed projects ranging from simple construction permit applications to major New Source Review evaluations as well as ambient air and meteorological monitoring, dispersion modeling, human health risk assessment, and control technology evaluations. Project experience spans the oil and gas, manufacturing, electric utility, and waste management sectors. Mr. Macoskey has been a Qualified Environmental Professional with the Institute of Professional Environmental Practice since 1996. Mr. Macoskey can be contacted at 800-365-2324 or kmacoskey@cecinc.com.


March 23
9:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT
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