A FRONT-LOADING CONCEPT DEVELOPED BY THE DEQ LEADERSHIP TEAM
EDUCATION + MEANINGFUL PARTICIPATION = COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT
The Enviroschool program at the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) is the environmental education outreach arm of the Agency that provides training for communities, businesses, and other organizations on a number of regulatory topics. The goal of this program is for the attendees to become informed about the environmental regulatory process and to maintain and improve environmental compliance. These workshops are open to the public. If you are interested, please feel free to register for any of our workshops that are posted below or contact us if you would like additional information.
Air Permitting 301: Understanding Permitted vs. Actual Emissions
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) is sponsoring free training sessions that will give you an understanding of LDEQ Air Permitting. This training session will go into greater details regarding air permitting of emissions. The class will focus on the typical sources for determining emission rates and establishes a level of accuracy for each type. In addition the presentation explains how those rates can be adjusted for differing operations and other variables. Finally the differences between the permitted emissions and actual emissions will be discussed and how those emissions are used in PSD applications, inspections/enforcement and ERIC submittals.
All workshops are from 10AM - 12PM
October 29th: Baton Rouge: DEQ Conference Center, Oliver Pollock Room: 602 North 5th Street Baton Rouge, LA 70802
November 6th: New Orleans Area: Jefferson Parish Library, Napoleon Meeting Room: 4747 West Napoleon Ave, Metairie, LA 70123
November 12th: Lake Charles: LSU AgCenter 7101 Gulf Highway, Lake Charles, LA 70607
November 19th: Alexandria Area: Main Street Community Center, 708 Mainstreet, Pineville, LA 71360
Business, Community Outreach, & Incentives Division
Post Office Box 4301
Baton Rouge, LA 70821