Jackson Walker partner Taylor Holcomb will partner with air quality permitting and compliance specialist, Adam Erenstein, from Trinity Consultants to provide perspectives on the New Mexico Environment Department’s (NMED) new Ozone Precursor Rule during a webinar presented by Trinity Consultants on November 3, 2022.
In effect since August 5, 2022, a number of compliance deadlines have passed or are impending under the NMED’s new air quality rules. The presenters will discuss those deadlines and recommend action steps that upstream and midstream operators should be taking now in order to be and remain in compliance.
“How the NMED’s Ozone Precursor Rule May Affect Your Facilities Part 2 with a Lawyer’s Perspective”
Thursday, November 3, 2022 | 12 p.m. Central Time
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Trinity Consultants provides intelligent solutions for their clients in environmental health and safety, engineering, and science. Trinity Consultants is committed to achieving optimal performance with minimal adverse environmental and societal impacts.
To learn more about NMED’s Ozone Precursor Rule, visit Trinity Consultants’ website.
Taylor Holcomb is an energy, environmental, and regulatory attorney. His practice focuses on the development and permitting of domestic energy projects, ensuring compliance with state and federal laws, and defending against claims brought by administrative agencies and environmental activist groups. He has practiced before a variety of federal, state, and local agencies, including the TCEQ, the Texas Railroad Commission, the Public Utility Commission of Texas, the New Mexico Environment Department, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
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