Sharing what we know by educating our staff, our clients, and other environmental professionals is a key part of what makes ALL4 who we are. Participation in key industry trade and environmental organizations, stakeholder groups, planning committees, and similar organizations to help shape environmental responsibility is a key aspect of our company’s vision. These organization and work groups often provide platforms for presenting timely information on relevant topics that help keep everyone at the top of their game.
ALL4 staff are encouraged and expected to participate in programs and to make presentations based on our real world experience and working knowledge in an effort to help others understand and deal with the challenges faced by environmental professionals as they strive to keep up with the changing and ever increasing regulatory burdens. ALL4 presentations on a variety of environmental topics are listed below and available to anyone interested.
If there are topics that are of specific interest and you’d like more information please contact us and you’ll be connected with some of the most knowledgeable and experienced individuals in the profession to help answer your questions.
Glenn Rives of International Paper and John Egan of All4 Inc. present the Potential PM2.5 and CPM Pitfalls in Permitting, Testing, and Compliance at the NCASI Southern Regional Meeting on June 10, 2014. In this presentation, they discuss PSD applicability, permitting strategy, compliance testing results, and planning around permitting, testing, and compliance. PDF>
Neal Lebo of All4 Inc. presented an Overview of the Federal Hazardous Waste Electronic Manifest Rule to the Association of Battery Recyclers Spring Meeting held on May 14-16, 2014 in Longboat Key, Florida. This presentation discusses the history behind the rule, the logistics of completing the e-manifest, and the rule's implementation schedule. PDF>
ALL4 teamed up with Thompson Hine in order to give a presentation about the regulations regarding period of startup, shutdown, and malfunction (SSM) at facilities. There have been many changes regarding these periods, and requires a close watch moving forward. PDF>