Focus Environmental2018-08-02T21:30:59+00:00
Welcome to Focus Environmental, Inc.
A leader in providing process engineering, training, consulting, permitting, & other regulatory compliance services
Focus Environmental, Inc., established in 1988, specializes in providing process engineering and regulatory compliance services in the areas of hazardous waste thermal treatment, air permitting, air pollution control, contaminated soil remediation, and hazardous waste management. In addition, Focus provides regulatory, compliance, and engineering services to the FDA regulated industries.
Air Emission Testing & Test Management
Environmental Regulatory Compliance
Combustion, Thermal Treatment, & Air Pollution Control Engineering
Environmental Remediation Management
Thermal Desorption Remediation
Process Engineering
Focus Environmental is located at 4700 Papermill Drive in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Register Now – Virtual Conference – A&WMA Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology Conference – May 11-13, 2021

The Measurements Conference will be offered virtually in May 2021 and in-person in March 2022!

The Air & Waste Management Association and the conference steering committee have made the decision to hold the Advancements in Measurement Methods and Technology Conference in a virtual format next May. To provide our audience with the latest advances in the industry, we are proud to be offering a condensed technical program with half-day livestream sessions on the same dates as currently scheduled, May 11-13, 2021. There will be opportunities for sponsors and exhibitors and events for networking among attendees and speakers. Stay tuned as we put together the best technical program from our current abstracts and invited speakers.

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A&WMA Webinar – Anticipated Air Regulatory Actions Under the Biden Administration – March 3, 2021 from 12 noon – 1 pm ET

Anticipated Air Regulatory Actions Under the Biden Administration will provide an overview of the current status of the major air regulatory related activities that we saw towards the end of the last U.S. EPA administration and discuss the possible future of each.  The initial Executive Orders and the regulatory freeze memo issued by the Biden Administration will be discussed, and the projected impact of those actions on major air quality programs such as permitting, air toxics, and ambient air quality standards will be addressed.  The presentation will also cover the intention of the Biden Administration to roll out new programs that address climate change and environmental justice, and what we are already seeing across various states.

Who Should Attend

Environmental professionals with air quality permitting, compliance, and advocacy responsibilities.

The webinar is available free to all A&WMA members.  Please click the link below to register.

A&WMA Webinar – Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage – Challenges and Opportunities / Session 2: CCUS Technologies & Commercialization – Wednesday, March 3, 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm ET

Climate change is a global challenge. The United States is actively addressing climate change, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and transitioning towards a carbon-neutral economy. Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) is a key strategy in this transition.

This webinar series will provide the fundamental information to understand CCUS, carbon capture technologies, process design, costs and performance, as well as an overview of the U.S. Department of Energy’s and Environmental Protection Agency’s programs, regulations, and policies for CCUS. Expert presenters with multiple years of experience in CCUS and the air pollution control field will also discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with CCUS, from the technology development and policy development perspectives.

Session 2 will provide information on carbon capture technologies, process design, baseline costs, performance of industrial plants built with carbon capture technologies, and the challenges and opportunities associated with CCUS.

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