• September 20, 2022
    1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Wisconsin DNR Air Management Program created a Registration Operation Permit (ROP) program to streamline the air permitting process for many businesses, including printing operations. The ROP permit eliminates several steps and significantly reduces the costs and resources required to obtain and maintain an air operating permit. Now, there is a new ROP permit specifically for facilities that have committed to maintaining Tier 2 under Green Tier, called the Type G ROP or ROP-G. Facilities in Green Tier, Tier 2 can now obtain a ROP-G permit that provides an even more flexible air pollution permit as long as their emissions remain below 80% of the major source air permit threshold.

The members of the Wisconsin Printing Industry Superior Environmental Performance Charter present this webinar for attendees to learn more about the benefits of a ROP air permit, the eligibility requirements for ROP-G and Tier 2 of Green Tier, and then hear from the first two facilities to be covered under the ROP-G – one of which is a printing operation. The facilities will discuss their perspective on the benefits of Tier 2 in Green Tier and why they obtained a ROP-G permit. Come sit in to learn how Green Tier and the ROP-G permit might help your company achieve sustainability goals.

Presenters:
Renee Bashel – WI DNR
Justin Reichert – Serigraph, Inc
Katherine Jungwirth – The C.A. Lawton Co.

Date:
Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Time:
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Central

Cost:
FREE

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