Critical Environmental Factors for Siting Future Operations
Whether you are looking to expand operations on an existing
site, start-up operations on a brown-field site, or begin anew on a green-field
site, environmental rules and regulations could make or break your project.
We will explore critical environmental factors you should take into
consideration when siting future operations.
Join us for our webinar “Critical Environmental Factors for
Siting Future Operations”. Eric Knight, Lindsey Renfro and William “Bill”
McCurley will discuss environmental factors that should be part of the planning
process when expanding operations. The team will also provide a high-level
review of “other” factors that should be considered when preparing for expansion.
Lindsey Renfro, Principal Consultant, has 20 years of
experience in the environmental engineering industry. Areas of expertise
include air permit path assessments and air permitting for various industry
types in multiple states; developing worst-case emissions calculations,
negotiating flexible operations by optimizing permit conditions, and performing
air dispersion modeling exercises. | Connect
Eric Knight, PE, Consultant, has 6 years of
experience in the environmental engineering industry and is a licensed
environmental PE in TX, AR, OK, LA, KY, AL, and MS. Areas of expertise include
SPCC, stormwater, Phase I & II ESAs, wetland delineations, and geotechnical
engineering. | Connect
William ‘Bill’ McCurley, PE, Principal Consultant,
has 40 years of experience managing environmental engineering projects in 20 countries
covering Asia, Europe, and North America. Areas of expertise are: EHS
compliance auditing; due diligence for acquisition of industrial and commercial
facilities; permitting; civil and environmental engineering; site development;
soil/ground water investigations; corrective actions; environmental assessment;
air emission controls and permitting; and industrial accident investigations.
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