Free Webinar: Reducing Diesel Emissions

Monday, May 10, 2010

On Tuesday, May 11, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will host a webinar on marine technologies to reduce diesel emissions.  The webinar will assist you in learning how your company can get ahead of the curve, save fuel, and improve performance; while reducing harmful emissions.
 
What: Clean Ports USA Harbor Craft Marine Technology Webinar (hosted by Trish Koman, EPA Clean Ports USA Program Manager); Featuring EPA staff and Thomas H. Balon, Jr. of MJ Bradley who will discuss marine repowers, retrofits, and other strategies to reduce diesel emissions from harbor craft engines.
 
When: Tuesday, May 11, 2010, 2:00 – 3:00 pm Eastern
 
Where: For the live webinar go to: http://portal.epa.gov/webconference
To join webinar: Enter Conference ID code 62538 in the blue box on the upper right corner of your screen (there is no conference key).  You also need to enter your name before gaining access to the conference.
 
For audio access: use the call-in conference number: 866-299-3188: code 734-214-4955#
 
EPA’s Clean Ports USA is an incentive-based program to reduce diesel emissions from the existing maritime fleet.  Visit http://www.epa.gov/cleandiesel/ports for more information on this program.
 
Note: Although no pre-registration is necessary, please test this software on your computer in advance of the session by clicking on the above link, especially if your office has firewalls or limitations on your Internet browser.  Please use Internet Explorer for this webinar software to function properly.

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