Across the nation, citizens and businesses alike have been asking and responding to complex questions on emissions from biomass energy applications: what is the carbon profile of biomass; how clean is biomass combustion; and, how will biomass be regulated? Gain insight into these questions and more during this free webinar from the Biomass Thermal Energy Council.

Description:
This free webinar tackles issues concerning emissions from biomass thermal conversion technologies. Topics include:
--A review of the Environmental Protection Agency's new Boiler MACT rules
--Comparing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants from different biomass end uses
--New studies and tools for calculating biomass emissions
--Exploring pollution control technologies for biomass thermal technologies
--Question & Answer session with the speakers.

Speakers:
--Jim Eddinger, Senior Technical Advisor, Environmental Protection Agency
--Carrie Lee, Staff Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute
--John Hinckley, Senior Consultant, Resource Systems Group
-- Moderator - Joseph Seymour, BTEC Program Coordinator for Policy and Government Affairs.

This event is the fourth in a series of free webinars made possible by a grant from the USDA Forest Service's Wood Education and Resource Center (WERC). For more information about the Biomass Thermal Energy Council and its education and outreach activities, please visit: biomassthermal.org

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