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NSPS and NESHAP Proposed Amendments: Navigating the Fenceline Monitoring Requirements

Wednesday, February 28, 2024  

10:00 – 11:00 AM MST 

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On April 25, 2023, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published proposed amendments to the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) that apply to the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) and to the National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) that apply to Hazardous Organic NESHAP (HON) and Group I and II Polymers and Resins Industries. These amendments include fenceline monitoring requirements based on the December 2015 Refinery Sector Rule (RSR) MACT Subpart CC requirements. 

The EPA estimates these amendments will impact approximately 200 facilities and will include fenceline monitoring requirements, which is a new compliance program for these industries. The EPA has a deadline to issue a final rule by March 29, 2024, and facilities have one year to begin fenceline monitoring once it is finalized. 

Join us for a free webinar where we discuss proposed fenceline monitoring requirements related to the proposed amendments. In this session we will cover topics such as determining applicability, selecting sample station locations with EPA Method 325A, meeting sampling requirements, recordkeeping, conducting root cause analysis, and implementing corrective actions. 

Key webinar takeaways:  

  • Discover insights from supporting refineries in implementing and managing their fenceline monitoring programs.
  • Learn how to automate fenceline monitoring workflows, from field data collection and tracking samples to analyzing lab data and reporting.
  • Develop an understanding of applicability determination, sample station siting, sampling requirements, root cause analysis, and corrective actions.
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Jeremy Sell, P.E.
Senior Vice President, Air & Process Services, Laramie, WY

Mr. Sell serves as the Senior Vice President and Business Unit Leader for Trihydro's Air and Process Services Business Unit, bringing with him 22 years of expertise in overseeing environmental projects for energy clients nationwide. Over the last ten years, he has actively contributed to diverse air compliance initiatives, including LDAR, BWON, annual air emission inventories (AEI), cooling tower MACT, and refinery sector rule gap assessments. Since 2018, Mr. Sell has played a key role in supporting refineries in all aspects of their fenceline monitoring programs, from initial implementation and monitoring to data management and reporting.
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Kari Ward
Sales Director - Products, Fort Collins, CO

Ms. Ward has 22 years of experience in environmental compliance projects and software development. With her background, she understands the importance of purposeful data and involving industry experts in the evolution of software tools. Kari’s passion lies in helping industry leaders make better, cost-effective decisions by introducing tools that create visibility and opportunities for optimization. She works closely with clients to understand data management goals, identify solutions, and incorporate feedback into product enhancements. 

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