Trending…Sustainable Wineries: Emission Controls
Sustain SoCal presents a Trending Series Lunch & Learn
Sustainable Wineries: Emission Controls
January 24, 2019, 11:30 to 1:30,
The Screening Room at UC Irvine Applied Innovation
Welcoming statement by high-level State regulatory agency director
Special Presentation by:
Distinguished Professor Donald R. Blake, UC Irvine Dept. of Chemistry Chair and Group Leader of Rowland-Blake Group Atmospheric Analytical Lab at UC Irvine Dept. of Chemistry
Workshop panel discussion:
Achieved in Practice? Discussion of Winery Control Technologies & Next Steps
Join us on January 24, 2019 as Sustain SoCal addresses the challenges of creating a more sustainable winery operation.
Wineries are striving to succeed economically while conducting more sustainable practices and complying with environmental regulations, including emerging emission requirements being implemented by the various air quality and GHG regulatory agencies.
Actions impacting wineries by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and various regional air quality management agencies focus on winery emissions is continuing to evolve and effect winery businesses throughout the State.
Winery sustainability developments and innovations will be presented, as well as case studies of winery projects that have achieved their sustainability objectives. This includes recent developments where Ethanol emission standards in the Santa Barbara region were successfully met through the implementation of innovative technical solutions, potentially influencing winery operations statewide.
Seating for Trending Series events is very limited and often sell-out quickly, so please reserve your spot at your earliest opportunity if you would like to attend.
There is no onsite registration for this event. Sustain SoCal's Trending...Lunch & Learn series is free for Sustain SoCal members and $30 for non-members.