Experiences in Developing and Implementing Stationary Source Emission Standards

Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA) and CAI-Asia

This workshop was organized as a collaboration of CAI-Asia and the A&WMA to contribute to the KnowledgeAir practice area by focusing on the role of stationary source emission standards within an air quality management context. The goals of the workshop were to discuss issues that arise when developing and implementing emissions tandards, and to provide case-study examples of selected standards. The focus was both on policy and technical considerations for developing such standards with an examination of barriers and compliance and enforcement issues in Asian countries. The workshop also afforded an opportunity to national and local agency personnel to share experiences and exchange information to promote 'best practices' in all CAI-Asia partner jurisdictions.

8 November 2010 / 12:00 - 4:00 pm

Meeting Room 312

Participants: By registration
Air Quality Management practitioners within all the CAI-Asia network; international agencies that are interested in promoting improved practices; interested pollution control experts and academicians.

Contact Person:
Dr. Miriam Lev-On
Chair International Affairs Committee, A&WMA
skype: miriam.lev.on

Mr. David Calkins
Vice Chair International Affairs Committee, A&WMA
Phone & Fax: 925-254-5942
skype: hikerdave3

Meeting Agenda64.38 KB
Experiences in Stationary Source Emission Standards - Introduction63.77 KB
Industrial Air Pollution Control and Challenges - Philippines752.31 KB
Policy Aspects of Emissions Standards BAQ 2010660.42 KB
Overview Global Emissions Standards BAQ 2010256.43 KB
Technical Considerations for Emissions Standards BAQ 2010736.62 KB
Integrated Strategy for Addressing Major Industrial Sectors - US1.37 MB
Stationary Source Emissions Standards - Sri Lanka267.58 KB

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