Seeking ways to accomplish these reductions, the manufacturers may consider a multiple of solutions. One source for more information is an upcoming webinar, organized by Process Heating, focused on “Minimizing Greenhouse Gases with VOC Oxidizers.” Scheduled for Tuesday, October 5, at 2 p.m. ET, the no-cost online seminar promises to help end-users squeeze the most work out of their existing oxidizer or match a new oxidizer to their needs, with the overarching goals of emissions reduction and fuel conservation.
Oxidizer end-users will learn how to:
- Match a new oxidizer to their needs.
- Minimize fuel use.
- Reduce CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions.
- Work with lean or rich vapors.
The webinar will be presented by Thomas F. McGowan, PE, the president and founder of Atlanta-based TMTS Associates Inc., an engineering consulting firm. McGowan has 35 years of experience in combustion, air pollution control, solids handling and industrial ventilation. He holds a MS ChE degree from Manhattan College in New York City, and a MS in Industrial Management from Georgia Tech, and is OSHA 1910.120 HAZWOPER-certified.
The webinar is sponsored by Adwest Technologies; Air-Clear LLC; Catalytic Combustion Corp.; Catalytic Products International; Geoenergy Div., A.H. Lundberg Associates; Megtec Systems; Pollution Systems; and Turner EnviroLogic.
To register for the session, visit webinar.process-heating.com.
Linda Becker, Associate Publisher and Editor, BeckerL@bnpmedia.com