This webinar provides an overview of air regulations that pertain to boat building and repair. The Air compliance tool is a 2 part tool that can be used to assist a facility in determining what federal and state regulations may apply. Part 1A/1B describes and documents your production and land use. Part 2 is a spreadsheet detailing your chemical usage and associated Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) emissions.
Hazardous and Universal Waste
This webinar provides an overview of hazardous and universal waste that pertain to boat building and repair but also could be a useful overview for any manufacturer in Maine that uses hazardous materials. The training covers hazardous waste determination, storage, employee training, labeling, handling and disposal activities associated with hazardous waste.
Chapter 691 changes
Presentation on recent changes to the site assessment and remediation requirements of Maine's underground tank regulations (Chapter 691)
The Mini-bid Process
A review of the Bureau of Remediation & Waste Management’s contracting process for environmental consultants.
DEP Compendium of Field Testing of Soil Samples for Gasoline and Fuel Oil (TS004)
Proposed Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Guidelines
Ensuring Environmental Data Competency
Salt Management Training
This is a pre-recorded session designed for snow plow contractors, property managers, and business owners. The program is designed to provide information on ways to minimize the use of salt for de-icing purposes but at the same time provide an equivalent or an increased level of performance. In addition to information on the impacts of salt use, pre-treatment, application rates and brining will be covered along with other important practices from Maine's newly developed best management practices manual for snow and ice removal.
Small Quantity Generator
This presentation provides an overview for Maine small quantity hazardous waste generators of their responsibilities for the proper management of hazardous waste.
MAIRIS Segment 1 - Introduction, registering and logging in
Pre-recorded introduction to using the online Maine Air Emissions Inventory Reporting System, registering user accounts and logging into MAIRIS for the first time.
MAIRIS Segment 2 - Starting your inventory
A pre-recorded overview of MAIRIS menus and what data to enter first.
MAIRIS Segment 3 - Entering Information for a Unit
During this segment you will learn how to enter the required information for an emissions unit and its associated pollution controls, exhaust points, and processes.
MAIRIS Segment 8 - Updates for 2015 Reporting
This segment highlights updates for the 2015 inventory year reporting. This highlight segment assumes you are already familiar with MAIRIS.(5:49)
MAIRIS Segment 4 - How to Enter Estimated Emissions
During this segment we explain how to enter the emissions produced by each of your facility’s emissions processes. (12:38)
MAIRIS Segment 5 - How to Run a Completeness Report
During this segment we explain how to run a Completeness Report. (5:48)
MAIRIS Segment 6 - How to Change the Status of, Certify, and Submit an Inventory
During this segment we will explain how to change the status of, certify, and submit an emissions inventory. (7:31)
MAIRIS Segment 7 - What to do if an Inventory is Returned
During this segment we will explain what to do if an inventory is returned. (3:19)
Non-Point Source Pollution Prevention for Municipal Officials