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Wethersfield, CT 06109

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NEXT MEETING  | FEBRUARY 5, 2020  8:00 AM

What’s Up with the GPLPE & Why You Need to Care

THIS MONTH'S MEETING

What’s Up with the GPLPE & Why You Need to Care

In one form or another, the upcoming changes to CTDEEP’s General Permit to Limit Potential to Emit (GPLPE) program will affect nearly every stationary air emissions source in Connecticut.  The presentation will address why the program is changing and what the implications are for current GPLPE registrants, Title V permit holders, and other minor sources located throughout the state. Additionally, important reminders for upcoming reports due March 2020 and pending state and federal regulatory changes will be discussed.

This month's feature speaker is David Krochko a project manager at Woodard & Curran. 

Registration is NOT required for attending the meeting. CEF meetings are free to members. Non-members are invited to attend one meeting to experience how CEF membership can benefit your company. More information on membership.

 

About CEF

 

Who We Are

The Connecticut Environmental Forum (CEF) is an organization which provides a forum for environmental professionals to share and exchange information and experiences on environmental matters, and to learn about the latest issues regarding environmental regulation. CEF was founded by a small group of environmental professionals seeking a way to acquire accurate regulatory knowledge in a timely fashion. As professionals we need to continually make contacts with others to further our expert knowledge and broaden our understanding of environmental issues.

What We Do

Our core mission is to educate our members on the important environmental issues that affect their community and career. CEF strives to help our members:

√     Keep up with environmental regulations

√     Improve your professional network

​√     Gain continuing environmental education opportunities