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The Industrial Emissions Directive

The Industrial Emissions Directive. 22 nd September 2011 Imperial College, London Welcome. Welcome and Introduction. Housekeeping. Please display your name badges Questions can be taken after each presentation Summary and open discussion at end Safety Information – Graham Reed.

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The Industrial Emissions Directive

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  1. The Industrial Emissions Directive 22nd September 2011 Imperial College, London Welcome

  2. Welcome and Introduction

  3. Housekeeping Please display your name badges Questions can be taken after each presentation Summary and open discussion at end Safety Information – Graham Reed

  4. Combustion Engineering Association Education – conferences and seminars Representation – legislation, guidance, standards Promotion – use of steam and CHP Specialist Advice - the CEA ‘Community’ Involved in representing industrial boiler operators throughout the LCPD and the IED consultations Position on the Technical Working Group

  5. Coal Research Forum Founded 22 years ago Aims to bring together those with an interest in coal research for the exchange of information on research topics related to the utilisation of coal The Executive Committee includes representatives from industry and academia Six Divisions: Combustion Conversion Characterisation Preparation Environment Advanced power generation

  6. Energy Sector of the Royal Society of Chemistry The mission of the Energy Sector is to provide a forum for members of the Sector, Division, RSC and others to access knowledge and express views on chemical, legislative, educational and other matters relating to energy and to promote the interests, both within the RSC and externally, of the members of the Sector and the Division. 627 members Belongs to the RSC Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division. Energy Sector Committee: Prof Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Honorary Chair

  7. Forthcoming Events BCURA Coal Science Lecture 3rd October, Institute of Physics CRF UK Minerals - Engineering Innovation for a Sustainable Future 13th October, Kegworth CEA Safe Management of Industrial Steam and Hot Water Boilers (PM5) 25th October, Stratford upon Avon and 7th December, Leeds CEA Health and Safety in Biomass Systems, Leeds 8th December

  8. The IED Introduction Acknowledgements

  9. End

  10. Notes to accompany slide 8 Introduction I would like to take opportunity to recognise the efforts that Defra and the Environment Agency have put into consultation on the IED and LCP before that. Those of us in the CEA are grateful for the way that Defra have taken our concerns seriously and have gone to consider efforts to understand and accommodate industry’s particular circumstances. The NERP National Emissions Reduction Plan is a good example. Other examples, in this case the Environment Agency, Janet Collear has gone spend time understanding the significant contrasts between a large utility boiler operating at steady load, comparing to an industrial boiler belonging to a financially challenged owner, in a cramped industrial estate with a fluctuating steam load operating on a number of fuels. I would particularly like to publically thank Richard Vincent, who I am delighted Is able to present our Keynote address, in ensuring that the David of industrial boiler operators is heard amongst the Goliaths of the utilities.

  11. Before we hear from Richard, there are some other people I would like to thank: Firstly all the speakers. The vast majority of our speakers have to deal with the IED as one of many issues on their plate – it is the nature of industrial operations that one has to wear many hats and the IED is one of those hats. Speaking to a number of you in the past week, I know you have been burning the midnight oil to prepare you presentation and fitting this day in with other priorities has been stressful. So if that’s you, thank you very much. I would also like to thank Dr Graham Reed for looking after us here at Imperial We really appreciate your hospitality and thank you to all the students you roped in. I would in particular like to thank Dr David McCaffrey for all his work in making this happen. David has been planning this in his mind for about two years, nudging me from time to time about when we were going to hold this seminar. I think we now have the perfect timing. And of course when seminars are run between three organisations it trebles the complications, but David’s tenacity and attention to detail has got us through all that.

  12. The IED has profound consequences for industrial and utility operators – in time it will turn over a significant amount of the boiler population. The serious consequences of the IED is illustrated by the strong delegate attendance. There is no better person to introduce the IED as our keynote speaker than Richard Vincent, who is Head of Industrial Pollution Control at Defra. Richard, we are delighted you accepted our invitation and would invite you to address this Seminar…………….

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