In order to attain aggressive federal ozone standards, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) must reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by a staggering 45% by 2023. To achieve the necessary reductions, the SCAQMD is kicking off the development of new regulatory and incentive programs.
Please join AWWEE’s Los Angeles and Orange County/Inland Empire Regional Leadership Teams as they join together to bring you this presentation on the SCAQMD’s recently approved Air Quality Management Plan and a discussion on the plan’s potential impacts on the residential, commercial, industrial and transportation sectors.
Michael Krause, SCAQMD’s Planning and Rules Manager will present his perspective on how SCAQMD will be rolling out the implementation of the new programs.
Lauren Nevitt, Environmental Affairs Manager at SoCalGas, will share the utility perspective on the impacts and opportunities presented by new air district standards.