May

    State Perspectives on EPA's Proposed Ozone Standard

    12 PM EDT

    Program Description:
               
    Top state agency leaders will discuss the challenges to implementing EPA’s proposed rule to lower the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for Ozone.  In its December 17, 2014 proposed rule, EPA seeks to revise the primary and secondary standards for the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone from 75 ppb to a level in the range of 65 to 70 ppb.  Hear from various state agencies what they have to say about the proposal, including the impact of the range of levels proposed, challenges in obtaining further emission reductions, issues associated with background levels of ozone that exceed the proposed NAAQS, nonattainment designations, effect on permitting, and what the states would like to see based on competing interests. 

    Program Materials:

    All program information will be posted on the Air Quality Committee homepage.


    Panelists:

    Robert "Bob" Martineau, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation,

    Bob Hodanbosi, Chief of the Division of Air Pollution Control at Ohio EPA 

    Rob Sliwinski, Director, Bureau of Air Quality Planning for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

    Colleen Delaney, Environmental Scientist, Division of Air Quality, Utah Department of Environmental Quality

    Moderator: 

     Elizabeth Hurst, Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Hurst, PLLC

    Shannon S. Broome
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

    Gary L. Pasheilich
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Squire Patton Boggs

    Jacob A. Santini
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Parsons Behle & Latimer

    Scott M. Turner
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Nixon Peabody, LLP


    Q&A:  If you wish to submit questions to the speakers as part of the Q&A session, please e-mail such questions to Elizabeth Hurst at ElizaHurst@aol.com  - with the subject line “OZONE”

     

    CLE Credit - No

    This call will be recorded and available on the Air Quality Committee homepage.


    For any other questions please contact:
    Cristina Vautier (312.988.5625) cristina.vautier@americanbar.org

     

     

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    State Perspectives on EPA's Proposed Ozone Standard

    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    May 20, 2015

    2015-05-20T12:00:00-04:00 2015-05-20T13:00:00-04:00 State Perspectives on EPA's Proposed Ozone Standard

    Program Description:
               
    Top state agency leaders will discuss the challenges to implementing EPA’s proposed rule to lower the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for Ozone.  In its December 17, 2014 proposed rule, EPA seeks to revise the primary and secondary standards for the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone from 75 ppb to a level in the range of 65 to 70 ppb.  Hear from various state agencies what they have to say about the proposal, including the impact of the range of levels proposed, challenges in obtaining further emission reductions, issues associated with background levels of ozone that exceed the proposed NAAQS, nonattainment designations, effect on permitting, and what the states would like to see based on competing interests. 

    Program Materials:

    All program information will be posted on the Air Quality Committee homepage.


    Panelists:

    Robert "Bob" Martineau, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation,

    Bob Hodanbosi, Chief of the Division of Air Pollution Control at Ohio EPA 

    Rob Sliwinski, Director, Bureau of Air Quality Planning for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

    Colleen Delaney, Environmental Scientist, Division of Air Quality, Utah Department of Environmental Quality

    Moderator: 

     Elizabeth Hurst, Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Hurst, PLLC

    Shannon S. Broome
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

    Gary L. Pasheilich
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Squire Patton Boggs

    Jacob A. Santini
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Parsons Behle & Latimer

    Scott M. Turner
    Vice Chair, Programs
    Air Quality Committee
    Nixon Peabody, LLP


    Q&A:  If you wish to submit questions to the speakers as part of the Q&A session, please e-mail such questions to Elizabeth Hurst at ElizaHurst@aol.com  - with the subject line “OZONE”

     

    CLE Credit - No

    This call will be recorded and available on the Air Quality Committee homepage.


    For any other questions please contact:
    Cristina Vautier (312.988.5625) cristina.vautier@americanbar.org

     

     

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