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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.
OUR SERVICES
Air Emission Testing & Test Management
Environmental Regulatory Compliance
Combustion, Thermal Treatment, & Air Pollution Control Engineering
Environmental Remediation Management
Thermal Desorption Remediation
Process Engineering
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OUR LOCATION
Focus Environmental is located at 4700 Papermill Drive in Knoxville, Tennessee.
NEWS AND EVENTS

U.S. Department of Energy – Request for Information – “Overcoming Barriers to Renewable Fuel Scale-Up and Demonstration”

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released a new Request for Information (RFI) on the scale-up and demonstration of renewable fuels. The RFI, titled “Overcoming Barriers to Renewable Fuel Scale-Up and Demonstration,” seeks input from biofuels producers and technology developers about their readiness to scale process technologies to pilot- and demonstration-scale sustainable aviation fuel, renewable diesel, and renewable marine fuels. The RFI also seeks input on how existing first-generation ethanol and other existing industries could be leveraged to provide low-cost feedstock and infrastructure for biofuels production, including information on practices that can reduce the carbon intensity of corn production.

This information is necessary for DOE’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) to chart the potential growth of domestic renewable fuels production by 2030, and to understand the barriers in scaling renewable fuel production pathways.

Responses to this RFI must be submitted electronically to Biofuels_FY22_RFI@ee.doe.gov no later than 5 p.m. ET on Jan. 31, 2022. In addition to, or in lieu of, providing written responses to this RFI, respondents may request a 30-minute individual discussion with a BETO staff member regarding the content of their written responses to the RFI questions via Biofuels_FY22_RFI@ee.doe.gov.

Read more about the RFI on the BETO website, or view the full RFI on EERE Exchange or Grants.gov.

Call for Abstracts Deadline – Freight & Environment: Ports of Entry – April 6-7, 2022 – Oakland, CA

Held in Oakland, CA on April 6-7, 2022, this in-person conference will explore many solutions to reduce the environmental impacts of all freight transportation, focusing on air quality, noise, climate change and sustainability.

The technical program will include panel discussions of experts in the field and forward-looking presentations on reducing impacts on the environment from experts in industry, consulting, government, and academia. The conference will bring together an international community of scientists, regulators, practitioners, and students to share ways to make freight more sustainable.

Now accepting abstracts for platform presentations and panel sessions!  Share your work and present next year in Oakland, CA.  See the Call for Abstracts and submit your work by December 17, 2021.  Author notifications and a preliminary agenda will be available in January 2022.

A&WMA Webinar – Particulate Matter Control Regulations and Technologies: Overview and Trends – Thursday, December 16, 2021 – 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET

Particulate Matter (PM) is a criteria air pollutant subject to a range of federal and state regulations. The U.S. EPA recently announced that it will reconsider the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for PM, which will likely drive future reductions at existing and new facilities.

This webinar will provide you important information to design and/or review PM air pollution control technologies, estimate associated equipment costs, and address the permitting, monitoring and compliance related challenges to control equipment for major stationary sources. The presenters include a recognized panel of regulatory and technology experts with multiple years of experience in the field of air pollution control technologies and regulatory compliance. This webinar will be useful for operators of power plants, cement plants, and other industrial plants who are responsible for managing PM emissions from point sources.

For more information and to register:  https://www.awma.org/content.asp?admin=Y&contentid=733