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Track 5: Environmental, Health and Safety – Let’s talk Regulations and Operations:
This track will provide guidance on critical issues for the Chemical Process Industries such as adapting to climate change legislation, reducing air emissions, assuring safer process plants, and optimizing water resources. Participants can expect to learn practical strategies to protect the environment, health, and safety.

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    • Track 5: Environmental, Health and Safety – Let’s talk Regulations and Operations: This track will provide guidance on critical issues for the Chemical Process Industries such as adapting to climate change legislation, reducing air emissions, assuring safer process plants, and optimizing water resources. Participants can expect to learn practical strategies to protect the environment, health, and safety.
    • Panel 5C: Responding to Climate Change Legislation
      • Wednesday, October 20 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
      •   This Panel of experts will examine the evolving issues and technologies for management of greenhouse gases: Monitoring and Reporting Requirements, Facility-wide Management of GHG Evolving State, National and International Regulations, Carbon Capture and Sequestration
      • Chair(s): C. Patrick Bartosh, Sr. Client Service Manager, Sage Environmental Consulting, L.P.
      • Co-Chairs: Suzanne Shelley, Contributing Editor for Chemical Engineering Magazine and Principal/Owner, Precision Prose, Inc.
      • Invited/Confirmed Panels:
      • Mark Lockhart, Washington Group International, Inc.
      • Ron Crum, URS Corporation
      • David Allen*, Melvin H. Gertz Regents Chair in Chemical Engineering and Director, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
      • Ian Glasgow, P.E., , Sr. Technical Professional, Mustang Engineering
    • Session 5D: Strategies for Clean Air
      • Wednesday, October 20 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
      •   This session will address the management strategies and technology options for monitoring air-emissions, capturing and destroying pollutants, and ensuring regulatory compliance and compliance with maintenance, startup and shutdown regulations.
      • Chair(s): C. Patrick Bartosh, Sr. Client Service Manager, Sage Environmental Consulting, L.P.
      • Co-Chairs: Suzanne Shelley, Contributing Editor for Chemical Engineering Magazine and Principal/Owner, Precision Prose, Inc.
      • Speaker(s):
      • Environmentally and Economically Beneficial Flare-Gas Recovery Projects in Petrochemical Facilities Roger Blanton, P.E., , Senior Applications Engineer - Gas Recovery Group, John Zink Company
      • Energy Savings; Particulate Emissions Monitoring; And Intelligent Integration of Baghouse Control & Sensing for Dust Collection Systems Gerry Kaelin, Mechanical Engineer/Vice President, FilterSense
      • Enhanced Leak Detection and Repair Programs Jim Drago, P.E., Manager, Business Development, Garlock Sealing Technologies
      • Framework for Selecting Thin-Cake Candle Filter Technology for Removing Solid Contaminant Fines From Recirculating Acid Gas Scrubbing Fluid Streams Barry Perlmutter, Managing Director, BHS-Filtration Inc.
      • Control Strategies for Halogen and Sulfur Bearing Compounds from Chemical and Petrochemical Processes Scott Bayon, Regional Sales Manager, Anguil Environmental Systems Inc.clc Co-Author(s): Kevin Summ, Marketing Manager, Anguil Environmental Systems Inc.clc
    • Session 5E: Ensuring Safer Process Plants
      • Thursday, October 21 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
      •   These presentations will review innovative approaches to maximize protection of personnel and plant assets in the most cost-effective ways.
      • Correlating personnel locations with hazardous gas monitoring
      • New methods to mitigate dust explosion hazards
      • Process safety management for smaller facilities
      • Improving process safety performance using process hazard information
      • Chair(s): Victor H. Edwards, Ph.D., P.E., , Director of Process Safety Health, Safety and Environment, Aker Solutions
      • Co-Chairs: Dorothy Lozowski, Managing Editor, Chemical Engineering/Access Intelligence
      • Speaker(s):
      • Unique Safety Approach To Tracking Personnel In The Plant Along With Hazardous Gas Information Ken Johnson, Senior Manager, ACCENTURE LLP
      •   Primary-Explosion Only Provides Limited Safety Gerd Mayer, Ph.D., , President, Rembe, Inc.
      • Improving Process Safety Performance Using Process Hazard Information Jo Fearnley, Principal Consultant, Aker Solutions Co-Author(s): SreeRaj Nair, Principal Engineer, Consultancy Services, Aker Solutions
      • Process Safety for the Common Folk Jack Chosnek, Ph.D., P.E., , KnowledgeOne
    • Session 5F: Water Treatment Supply and Reuse
      • Thursday, October 21 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
      •   With increasing water scarcity, the need for water treatment and reuse is becoming more important. This session will address emerging technologies for water treatment, conservation and reuse.
      • Chair(s): Dorothy Lozowski, Managing Editor, Chemical Engineering/Access Intelligence
      • Co-Chairs: Scott Jenkins, Associate Editor, Chemical Engineering/Access Intelligence
      • Speaker(s):
      • Water Reuse Best Practices/Lessons Learned Michael Dorsey*, Senior Materials Corrosion Technologist, DuPont Nylon Intermediates & Specialties
      • Deployment Of Biokinetic Modeling Tools To Optimize Real Time Biological Wastewater Process Control in the Oil Refining Industry David Kujawski, Vice-President, Refinery Water Engineering & Associates
      • A New Strategy for Cooling Tower Water Conservation Henry Becker, H-O-H Water Technology, Inc.
      • Water Reuse in the CPI: Tips from TWDB Jorge Arroyo, Texas Water Development Board
    • Visit our site at www.cpievent.com for more information about ChemInnovations #ChemInnovations