FREE Mini-Course: Air Permitting with NaviKnow Tools Webinar Series
Consolidating and Automating the Tasks You Perform Everyday
Dispersion modeling alone involves dozens of individual tasks, data sources, websites, and formats. You have to bounce from one application to another constantly. The air quality permitting process involves dozens more tiny, tedious, but numerous task, too.
NaviKnow has developed several tools that consolidate and automate many of those mundane, necessary, and frequent air quality permitting chores. This webinar series demonstrates how these tools can expedite dispersion modeling and air quality permit preparation processes.
In my 20 year career with the TCEQ, my priority was to give guidance on dispersion modeling, so customers could provide an air quality analysis that the agency could approve. With decreasing agency resources and increasing regulatory demands, review timeframes were becoming extremely important for the agency and its customers. To expedite the review process while increasing the quality, I designed and developed tools to standardize and automate the review of air quality modeling analyses. The result was a more comprehensive and efficient process for agency staff and expeditious reviews for the regulated community.
From what I learned as a regulator, I wanted to provide the same level of automation for those compiling air quality analyses to submit to the TCEQ. Since I designed the system, I know the specifications and content necessary to take advantage of TCEQ’s system to quickly review and approve your analysis.