Fundamentals of the Clean Air Act (Online Simulcast)
Dates: November 21-22, 2023
Meets: Tu and W from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: UT Arlington Online
Jack A. Arias
Dr. Jack A. Arias was born in Arequipa-Peru and joined EPA R6 in 2003. Dr. Arias is currently an Environmental Scientist and Engineer in the Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Division (ECDWA), where currently assists the Water Enforcement Branch (oil and gas, industrial processes, wastewater, and concentrated feeding animal operations areas) as an inspector, enforcement officer, and technical scientist. In addition, he forms part of the International Partnership Program between EPA and OEFA-Peru, R6 Incident Management Team for Disaster Response, Adjunct professors at the University of Texas Arlington, and R6 Special Emphasis Program Committee.
Dr. Arias holds a PhD in Science in the Environmental Science and Engineering from the University of Texas at El Paso, MS degree in Environmental Science from the University of Texas at El Paso and a BS degree in Biology Conservation in Biological Science from National University of San Agustin Arequipa-Peru. Dr. Arias is an Environmental Scientist with over 25 years of experience in both the university sector and the federal government. He is involved in the oil and gas and an international collaboration to improve Intergovernmental Partnership between Peru (OEFA) and the U.S. EPA Compliance Assurance and Enforcement Division.
He worked with OEJTA as a coordinator of the R6 EJ Showcase Project Initiative in Port Arthur Texas and Tribal Liaison and technical support in Oklahoma. He worked at the RCRA MACT EEE Facility Assessment Section as an inspector, risk assessor, and technical support. He worked as an outreach assistant and coordinator in the EPA R6 Border Outreach Office at El Paso Texas. He taught and worked as a research assistant in Bioremediation and Phytoremediation technologies at the University of Texas at El Paso. He worked as a principal investigator in the Myrmecology studies in the Bamboo Tropical Forest in Peru - University of Utah. He collaborated in various Projects in conservation and tropical wildlife with the Foundation ANAI TALAMANCA COSTA – RICA. He was instructor and research assistant in the University of San Agustin, Arequipa-Peru.
He loves God, his family and authentic friends. He enjoys ministries, kayaking, camping, outdoor adventures, racquetball, soccer, cricket, swimming, and most importantly quality time with God, family and friends.
Fundamentals of the Clean Air ActThe Clean Air Act (CAA) requires facilities to implement robust air emission control practices which are regulated and enforced through a complex permitting process. During this class, the instructor will give an overview of the most pertinent CAA requirement including the New Source Review process, Title V permitting, Permit by Rule, and requirements for Hazardous Air Permitting. Using class room activities and presentations with a discussion of compliance and enforcement activities, students will gain an understanding of what requirements may apply to their facility(ies) and the path to compliance.
Note: Course previously named "Fundamentals of Air Quality Management"
To access our online courses, you will need a computer with high-speed internet access. I also suggest having a microphone so that you can talk directly with the instructor and your fellow students.
The week before class begins, you will receive instructions on where to go to download the App, how to access the online classroom, and your invitation to the classroom.
Please take some time to log into the classroom before the day of class to test your connection and get your login information set up.
If you have any questions please contact us by phone at 817.272.2581 or by email at for assistance.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Full Fee||$ 750.00|
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