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  • Writer's pictureSara McIntosh

"Unmasking the Industrial Renaissance" in New Orleans

Vapor Point is delighted to participate in the Air & Waste Management Association’s (A&WMA) 109th Annual Conference & Exhibition (ACE) held June 20–23, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans. This year’s theme, “Unmasking the Industrial Renaissance,” will be sure to please the 1500 leading environmental professionals from around the world in attendance. Year after year, the A&WMA’s Conference & Exhibition is recognized as a stellar platform for information exchange, business development, and networking opportunities. Sean Kirkpatrick, Vapor Point’s COO, will serve as panelist for “What’s That Thang? Control Devices.” If you’re able to make the conference, be sure to carve out a spot in your schedule to attend:

Date: June 22, 4pm

Location: Bolden 1 (Panel—TCC: AAC4)

Presenters: Panel chair Jason Midgett, Placid Refining; Sean Kirkpatrick, Vapor Point; Paul Farber, P. Farber Associates; Bronwyn Graeffe, Marsulex Environmental Technologies; Christopher Wedig, CB&I.

While you’re exploring the floor, make sure you swing by Vapor Point’s booth #202, where we’ll have several of our technical solutions engineers on hand to discuss any number of successful case studies that might be relevant to your concerns, or to provide answers to even your toughest regulatory compliance issues.

Panel Abstract “What’s That Thang? Control Devices” will provide both a general overview of currently available control technologies, and an in-depth review of pollutant control strategies specifically designed to mitigate NOx, SOx, and VOCs. The presenters will discuss

~Control equipment design and operation requirements

~Industries and processes that make use of these devices

~Drivers and proposals in the currently regulatory pipeline that require expanded hazardous vapor controls

This session is a great overview for all attendees, and is particularly focused on reaching students and young professionals new to our industry. Attendees should walk away with a general understanding of control options available today for use in various applications, with a special focus on the criteria pollutants. Final Program Daily Schedule at a Glance Technical Sessions by Topic Area It’s not too late to register to attend this remarkable event. See you in New Orleans!

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