Upcoming A&WMA Webinars in March and April

February 24, 2022 • News + Events, Puget Sound • Views: 1209

A&WMA is hosting several webinars in the coming weeks. Registration for the Hydrogen Fuel and Greenhouse Gas Reduction webinars are now open.


Hydrogen Fuel in the New World of Decarbonized Energy

Wednesday, March 2, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET

Hydrogen (H2) fuel is expected to play a key role in the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy. The energy requirements for hydrogen production can be fulfilled by both renewable and non-renewable sources. McKinsey & Company projected that by 2030, H2 economy in the U.S. may support 700,000 jobs with revenues of $140 billion, meeting up to 14% of the U.S. energy demand by 2050.

In this webinar, you will learn about the fundamentals and economics of H2 fuel, including the differences between burning H2 and common fossil fuels, the role of H2 fuel in lowering future emissions, advantages and disadvantages of hydrogen combustion, H2 in gas turbines and its impact on SCR systems, and important design considerations for replacing conventional fossil fuels and challenges and opportunities arising from the technology development.


  • Chuck Baukal, Director, Koch Engineered Solutions Institute
  • Lincoln Bleveans, Executive Director, Sustainability & Energy Management, Stanford University
  • Vinayaka Nakul Prasad, Corporate Strategy Manager and Global Hydrogen Lead, Siemens Energy
  • Thorsten Wolf, Product Manager, Siemens


  • Masoud Jahandar Lashaki, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatics Engineering, Florida Atlantic University
  • Nathan Schindler, Technical Sales Manager, Evonik Corporation
Register Now
$169 A&WMA Member; $229 Nonmember


Progress and Challenges in International Solid Waste Management, Disposal and Greenhouse Gas Reductions

Tuesday, March 15, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

Waste generation and its management affect everyone and create challenges along many critical dimensions: human health, the surrounding environment, greenhouse gas emissions, quality of life, financial and economic health, and stresses both infrastructure and institutions. Waste is growing fast, and is anticipated to grow the most in parts of the world struggling with effective waste management systems and disposal.

This webinar will provide an overview of issues affecting solid waste management with an emphasis on landfilling and developing economies, regional differences, growth of waste and emissions, closure of open dumpsites, improvement opportunities, and evaluating activities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions using modeling.

Presenters: David Greene, Project Manager, and James Law, Vice President, SCS Engineers

Moderator: Aditi Ramola, Technical Director, International Solid Waste Association (ISWA)


Register Now
$99 A&WMA Member; $149 Nonmember


Air Pollution Control for Industrial and Utility Applications (Virtual Course)

Tuesday, April 26 and Thursday, April 28, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm ET

Instructor: Tom McGowan, President, TMTS Associates, Inc.

Stay tuned for course registration and details, coming soon!