Appendix C
Public Meeting Agendas

January 7, 2002 – Washington D.C.

1:00

Sponsor Perspective, EPA

Randy Waite, USEPA-OAR

Renee Johnson, USEPA-OW

1:30 Quality

Issues at the Interface of Animal Agriculture and Air

Technical Assistance Perspectives

Thomas Christensen, Director

USDA-NRCS Animal Husbandry and Clean

Water Programs Division

Societal and Environmental Considerations

Dr. Joseph Rudek, Senior Scientist

Environmental Defense

Industry Approaches and Dynamics

David Townsend, Vice President of

Environmental Affairs

Premium Standard Farms Research and

Development

3:15-3:30

Break

3:30

Comments from Participants Registered to Present

4:15

Input from Other Participants



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The Scientific Basis for Estimating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations Appendix C Public Meeting Agendas January 7, 2002 – Washington D.C. 1:00 Sponsor Perspective, EPA Randy Waite, USEPA-OAR Renee Johnson, USEPA-OW 1:30 Quality Issues at the Interface of Animal Agriculture and Air Technical Assistance Perspectives Thomas Christensen, Director USDA-NRCS Animal Husbandry and Clean Water Programs Division Societal and Environmental Considerations Dr. Joseph Rudek, Senior Scientist Environmental Defense Industry Approaches and Dynamics David Townsend, Vice President of Environmental Affairs Premium Standard Farms Research and Development 3:15-3:30 Break 3:30 Comments from Participants Registered to Present 4:15 Input from Other Participants

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The Scientific Basis for Estimating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations January 24, 2002 – Raleigh, North Carolina 7:00 PM Roundtable Discussion with "Air Emissions From Animal Feeding Operations" Report Authors (August 15, 2001 Draft. EPA Contract No. 68-D6-0011 Task Order 71.) John H. Martin Jr, Hall Associates Roy V. Oommen, Eastern Research Group John D. Crenshaw, Eastern Research Group 8:30 PM Adjourn January 25, 2002 – Raleigh, North Carolina 8:00 AM Introduction Perry Hagenstein, Chair NRC Committee on Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations 8:10 In-ground Digestor with Biogas Recovery and Electricity Generation Dr. Leonard Bull, Associate Director Animal and Poultry Waste Center North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 8:30 Measurement of Trace-Gas Emissions In Animal Production Systems Dr. Lowry Harper, Research Scientist United States Department of Agriculture Watkinsville, GA 8:50 Open Path Laser Technology/Modeling to Derive Emission Factors for Swine Production Facilities Dr. Bruce Harris, Research Scientist Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, NC 9:10 Pathogens and Air Quality Concerns Dr. Mark Sobsey, Professor Environmental Sciences and Engineering University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 9:30 Questions Robert Flocchini, Vice-Chair NRC Committee on Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations

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The Scientific Basis for Estimating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations 9:45 Break 10:00 Permeable Lagoon Cover for Odor and Ammonia Volatilzation Reduction Dr. Leonard Bull, Associate Director Animal and Poultry Waste Center North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 10:20 Odor Quantification and Environmental Concerns Dr. Susan Schiffman, Professor of Medical Psychology Duke University Durham, NC 10:40 Technology for Mitigating PM and Odors from Buildings Dr. Bob Bottcher, Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 11:00 Annual Denuder Technology John T. Walker, Chemist Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, NC 11:20 Additional Questions Robert Flocchini 11:30 Sponsor Perspective Sally Shaver Division Director Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, NC 11:50 General Discussion Perry Hagenstein 12:00 PM Adjourn February 24, 2002 – Denver, Colorado Monitoring Air Emissions Through Microclimate Meteorological Techniques 1:30 Introduction Perry Hagenstein, Chair NRC Committee on Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations

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The Scientific Basis for Estimating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations 1:40 Surface Exchange Flux Measurements Utilizing the National Center for Atmospheric Research Integrated Surface Flux Facility Dr. Tony Delany, Engineer IV Atmospheric Technology Division National Center for Atmospheric Research Boulder, CO 2:00 Flux Footprint Considerations for Micrometeorological Flux Measurement Techniques Dr. Tom Horst Atmospheric Technology Division National Center for Atmospheric Research Boulder, CO 2:20 Micrometeorological Methods for Estimating VOC and Ammonia fluxes Dr. Alex Guenther, Scientist II Atmospheric Chemistry Division National Center for Atmospheric Research Boulder, CO 2:40 Analysis of Single Aerosol Particles with a Mass Spectrometer Dr. Daniel Murphy Aeronomy Laboratory National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Boulder, CO 3:00 Questions and General Discussion Robert Flocchini, Vice-Chair NRC Committee on Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations 3:15 Break Air Emission Measurement and Mitigation for Beef Feedlots 3:30 Introduction Perry Hagenstein, Chair 3:40 Odor Measurement and Mitigation Dr. John Sweeten, Professor and Resident Director Agricultural Research & Extension Center Texas A&M University Amarillo, TX 4:00 Methane Production from Livestock and Mitigation Dr. Don Johnson, Professor Department of Animal Sciences Colorado State University

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The Scientific Basis for Estimating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations   Fort Collins, CO 4:20 Mitigation Technology Dr. Bob McGregor Water and Waste Denver, CO 4:40 Questions and General Discussion Robert Flocchini, Vice-Chair 5:00 Comments from Participants Registered to Present 5:30 Input from Other Participants