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Clean Air Workshop slated for construction companies Feb. 5

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Kansas State University's Small Business Environmental Assistance Program will host a free Constructing Clean Air Workshop Feb. 5 for construction companies and others with off-road diesel fleets.

The workshop will be from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the Johnson County Sunset Drive building at 11811 S. Sunset Drive, Olathe. "Attendees will learn how their off-road fleet is affected by air quality regulations and how they can reduce their air emissions," said Nancy Larson, director of the Pollution Prevention Institute, a part of the SBEAP at K-State.

The workshop will cover incentive programs to install diesel emission-reducing equipment, strategies to reduce diesel emissions, funding resources and opportunities, Larsen said. It also will include a discussion panel with personnel from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The workshop is funded in part by the KDHE.

More information and registration details are at http://www.sbeap.org (look for the "Constructing Clean Air Workshop" link). More information also is available by contacting Ryan Hamel at 913-715-7018 or rhamel@ksu.edu.

Those registering by Jan. 30 will be eligible to win a no-spill gas can.

For Kansas small- and medium-size businesses, the K-State SBEAP program provides air-focused technical assistance on such challenges as environmental regulatory compliance, permitting, emissions reduction and pollution prevention.


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