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Evaporation Ponds are used throughout the nation for various purposes. The Oil & Gas industry uses this methodology to separate out hydrocarbons and dispose of the large amounts of process water from operations. With the purpose of evaporation in mine, even small operations are finding out they can be classified as Major Source. Several other types of permits and plans may also apply to "evap ponds".
Proper characterization of the fluids received the most important first step. Not having a thorough BACT analyses is a permit application killer.
We will review the EPA study performed in Colorado. We will discuss the extent of BACT required for operations associated with evap ponds, such as skim ponds, decanting, settling ponds, biological separators, recovery oil, land farming and fracking water.
Why should you Attend: Estimation methods for emissions vary dramatically. EPA’s own study shows two similar operations with significant differences in results. Fluids processed vary greatly and proper data collection is essential for correct representation and permitting.
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