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June 6, 2018
10:00-11:00AM

Ground Flares: Air Quality Approvals and Requirements

Expo A2

Speaker: Blake Soyars, Department Manager/Environmental Services, Burns & McDonnell

Pressure-assisted multi-point ground flare systems are used to control organic vapor emissions for a growing number of chemical manufacturing facilities. Ground flares serve the same purpose as conventional elevated flares, but current air quality regulations and approval processes are more complicated for ground flares. We will present key steps and challenges in the ground flare approval process, including the TCEQ Alternate Method of Control (AMOC) process and EPA Alternative Means of Emission Limitation (AMEL) process. We will discuss key compliance and permitting implications specific to ground flares at Texas chemical facilities. We will share actual permitting and approval timelines for example Texas ground flare projects.

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2018-06-06 10:00:00 2018-06-06 11:00:00 America/Detroit Ground Flares: Air Quality Approvals and Requirements Speaker: Blake Soyars, Department Manager/Environmental Services, Burns & McDonnell Pressure-assisted multi-point ground flare systems are used to control organic vapor emissions for a growing number of chemical manufacturing facilities. Ground flares serve the same purpose as conventional elevated flares, but current air quality regulations and approval processes are more complicated for ground flares. We will present key steps and challenges in the ground flare approval process, including the TCEQ Alternate Method of Control (AMOC) process and EPA Alternative Means of Emission Limitation (AMEL) process. We will discuss key compliance and permitting implications specific to ground flares at Texas chemical facilities. We will share actual permitting and approval timelines for example Texas ground flare projects. Expo A2