Expand Your Membership Organization: Free Copy of Market Study
At the ICAC Board of Directors meeting held on July 29, 2014, the Board Working Group that has been formed to help sell ICAC, proposed to provide incentives to those that help expand our organization’s membership through their new-member recruitment efforts.
As an organization representing companies in the air pollution control and monitoring industry, it’s crucial that we expand our membership reach and share our message, so that we can assist in developing and shaping legislation that impacts the future of our member-companies’ technologies.
We welcome you to participate in our first-ever of its kind, Membership Recruitment Program. By recruiting a new ICAC member you can receive one of the following:
- A free copy of the 2014 Market Study or those members of the ICAC not already eligible.
- A credit valued at $250 for Associate Members to be applied toward your attendance at the ICAC Annual Meeting
- A credit valued at $500 for Regular Members to be applied toward your attendance at the ICAC Annual Meeting
Help us strengthen our organization so that we can offer our members the most valuable experience available to those in our industry. For more information, please contact Betsy Natz at firstname.lastname@example.org or (571) 858-3708.
ICAC 2015 Annual Meeting, Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort SC – April 22 - 25
ICAC is busy preparing for our upcoming Annual Meeting to be held at the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort in Hilton Head, SC. Below is the list of speakers ICAC is inviting to this year’s meeting
Governor Nikki Haley South Carolina; Michael Ball, Editor, Argus Media; Jeff Holmstead, Attorney, Bracewell & Guiliani; Mark Drajem, Energy & Environment Markets Reporter, Bloomberg News; Patrick McCormick, Special Counsel to Senator Lisa Murkowski; Susan Wood, Sterling Valuation Group; Lonnie N. Carter, President and Chief Executive Officer, Santee Cooper; Phil Moeller, Commission, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; National Energy Technology Laboratory; Steve Nadel, Executive Director, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE); SC Department of Natural Resources and other key speakers from our industrial sector.
ICAC Organizes Workgroups -Consider Signing Up
ICAC has organized a number of workgroups (see listing and descriptions below) focused on different topics that are of interest to our membership. Please let us know if you would like to participate to: Allison Yeates at email@example.com or 571-858-3707.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Quality
ICAC will be meeting with the state of New Jersey November 24 to share advances in SCR technology for waste water treatment operations, bio accumulation, landfills, biogas from digesters. Essentially all non-commercial burning operations. For more information please contact Betsy Natz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 571-858-3708.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
ICAC is in the process of organizing a meeting with the state of Texas to discuss issues of importance to the TCEQ. A call is being organized with TCEQ to develop an agenda for the training session. TCEQ has indicated that they are primarily interested in learning about air pollution control technologies for ozone/NOx and VOC’s. For more information please contact Betsy Natz at email@example.com or 571-858-3708.
Petroleum Refineries Air Toxics Proposed Rule
On June 30, EPA finally published the proposed refinery MACT Residual and Technology Risk Review (RTR) rule in the Federal Register (79 FR 36880). This is a major RTR proposal, and comments are due by October 28th (recently extended).
The RTR is the result of EPA’s evaluation of two MACT standards – Petroleum Refineries (Refinery MACT 1) and Petroleum Refineries: Catalytic Cracking Units, Catalytic Reforming Units and Sulfur Recovery Units (Refinery MACT 2). Among the provisions are requirements that refineries monitor their emissions at multiple fenceline locations to assess benzene concentrations, revisions to the operational requirements of flares to improve their combustion efficiency and other requirements.
A workgroup has been created to determine if ICAC should file comments on the proposed rule. Please contact Doug Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Mercury Control Division Forms Installations Subgroup
A subgroup has been formed to create a template for developing a list of mercury control installations, and had its first call on 10/6. This list is of particular interest to the International Energy Agency in light of the ratification and implementation of the Minimata Convention to control mercury releases to the environment. Please contact Doug Austin at email@example.com if you are interested in joining the subgroup.
Mercury Division Workgroup Starts White Paper on Dry Sorbent Handling
The Mercury Control Division has started a white paper on dry sorbent handling with Heather Byrne, Carbonxt, as the workgroup leader. Writing assignments have been made to workgroup members, and the next call is scheduled for October 23rd at 11:00AM-12:00PM (ET).
ICAC Forms Comments Workgroup for Proposed Clean Power Plan
We have formed a comments workgroup. Comments due December 1st.