Chemical Processing, in partnership with Anguil Environmental Systems, presented a dynamic panel discussion that examined effective approaches to minimize and control emissions and maintain regulatory compliance.
Very few industries are regulated for Hazardous Air Pollutants and Volatile Organic Compounds like the chemical industry is. From storage tanks to mixing and blending processes, chemical companies must implement the best available control technologies to stay within compliance.
This discussion addressed:
- Thermal and catalytic oxidation technologies;
- Best available control technologies being used today;
- Applications that maintain a high destruction efficiency with the lowest possible operating costs;
- The key air quality regulations facing the industry including recently promulgated ICI Boiler MACT, the ongoing ICR for refinery MACT and recent USEPA regulatory updates.
Arijit Pakrasi, Ph.D., P.E.
National Practice Leader - Air Quality
The Shaw Group
Pakrasi provides technical leadership and resource management to the air quality practice group. He has over 20 years of experience in the air quality and greenhouse gas issues and has been providing senior level consulting service to clients in the oil & gas, chemical, petrochemical, manufacturing, and utility sectors. His experience includes assessment of on-going and emerging regulatory issues, PSD permits, Title V and synthetic minor operating permits, and greenhouse gas reporting/permitting. Dr. Pakrasi’s additional experience includes air dispersion modeling for routine and accidental releases, air pollution control system design, regulatory compliance strategy planning, air emission and GHG inventories, meteorological monitoring, and atmospheric exposure assessment.
Christopher A. Anguil, President
Anguil Environmental Systems
Over the past 20 years, Chris Anguil has served as the Inside Sales Coordinator, Regional Sales Manager, Director of Sales and Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Anguil Environmental Systems. Now the President of the company, he is responsible for both, the top line or revenue as well as the bottom line or profit. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, Bloomington and has served as a member of the Flexographic Technical Association’s Environmental Committee as well as the Environmental Director for AIMCAL.
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Original Air Date: May 19, 2011