Webinar: Medium Combustion Plant conversion and compliance
SLR's Greg Altria will be co-hosting the below webinar, which is hosted by the FDF. You can register on the Food and Drink Federation website.
The Medium Combustion Plant Directive has already become law, and any new plant requires a permit before it can be operated. Although existing plant may not require testing and permitting for a number of years, companies are recognising the benefits of converting their combustion plant now, not only to be compliant but also because they’re benefiting from significant operational cost savings.
This webinar describes a case study from, Tamnvaulin & Fettercairn Distillery where a combustion plant was converted from heavy fuel oil to LPG and how this provided considerable business benefits and costs savings for the operator, in addition to meeting the MCPD requirements.
Who should attend
Environmental Managers, Engineering managers, Facilities and Estates Manager and FM Managers/ providers, in particular companies with multiple sites.
Presenters: Greg Altria and David Taylor
Greg Altria is an Associate Consultant with SLR and works within the Environmental Management, Permitting and Compliance team in Bristol. Greg has previously worked as a Permitting Officer at the Environment Agency and has applied his knowledge of environmental management, regulatory requirements and technical processes on a wide range of environmental permitting projects at SLR.
Greg has far reaching experience of the regulatory requirements for waste management facilities, onshore oil and gas sites and industrial installations as licensed under the Environmental Permitting Regulations (England and Wales), Waste Management Licensing Regulations and Pollution Prevention and Control Regulations (PPC) (Northern Ireland).
David Taylor is Head of Corporate Affairs and Innovation at Flogas Britain. David has extensive experience engaging with industry, governments and wider stakeholders on energy policy and regulations. David also chairs the Policy Strategy group within the national association for LPG, (UKLPG) and sits on various committees & working groups at European and World levels.
David has extensive experience in the energy industry, particularly in off-grid fuels and renewable energies and is invited to speak at various industry seminars and exhibitions.