NCASI / WPC Technical & Regulatory Workshop
The Wisconsin Paper Council (WPC) and NCASI will host a one-day online Technical and Regulatory Workshop on Wednesday, December, 6 for employees of companies that are members of WPC and/or NCASI. During the Workshop, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) and WPC will provide background information on pressing regulatory topics affecting midwestern mills. Technical speakers will address a variety of environmental and regulatory issues, including a technical presentation regarding background contributions of fine particulate matter, discussion of modeling exceptional events, and incorporating probabilistic risk methods into air regulations. Other topics include a review of PFAS analytical methods and a validation study of Method 1633; a discussion of developments regarding wastewater residuals; and activated sludge plant operational methods to minimize phosphorus effluents. Download workshop agenda.
Questions about the workshop may be directed to Dr. Brad Barnhart.
Participation in this workshop is open to WPC/NCASI Member Company employees at no charge, but registration is required.
Click on this link to register for the webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing your link to the meeting on Zoom.
Continuing Education Credits
Those with Professional Engineering or other certifications should note that NCASI is an approved Continuing Professional Competency sponsor and can offer professional development credits to those attending this event. Requests for certification of attendance should be made through Tracy Stubbs (gro.isacn@sbbutst).
The presentation will be recorded and made available for playback on this webpage.
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