CAPCA 2017 Spring Conference
5 - 7 April 2017
ERM will be presenting and exhibiting at the Carolinas Air Pollution Control Association (CAPCA) 2017 Spring Conference.
The CAPCA 2017 Spring Conference is a forum to discuss the latest issues in North and South Carolina’s air quality management community. The event brings together members from local, state and national air pollution control agencies, a wide variety of regulated industries, environmental consulting and testing firms, equipment manufacturers, related interest groups and an interested general public to identify the current challenges affecting the air quality management community and share solutions to these concerns.
The conference provides a platform to communicate with professionals with different backgrounds and perspectives on air pollution control, including those who write and implement the regulations.
Learn more about the CAPCA 2017 Spring Conference
ERM at the Conference
ERM has air quality technical expertise and experience for each regulated industrial sector represented at the conference. We will be exhibiting at Booth #36, where representatives from ERM’s Atlanta, Charleston (SC), Charlotte and Raleigh offices will be in attendance. Please stop by to say hello and register to win door prizes.
ERM Senior Engineer Jeffrey Barwick, P.E. will be presenting on Thursday, 6 April 2017 in a technical session covering the latest updates to the federal guidelines on air quality modeling. His presentation will discuss National Ambient Air Quality Standards implementation challenges with a special focus on new requirements to address ozone from direct, single sources and secondary formation of fine particulate matter.
Jeffrey Barwick is a Senior Engineer and Air Quality & Climate Change team lead in ERM's Atlanta office. Jeffrey provides strategic air permitting advisement and environmental support services to clients in a wide variety of industry sectors including electric utilities, natural gas transmission and storage, manufacturing, MSW landfill, and specialty chemicals. Jeffrey is a 2007 graduate of the University of South Carolina’s school of Civil and Environmental Engineering and a licensed professional engineer in Georgia, North and South Carolina.