Clean Air Act Implications of Cryptocurrency Mining
Donald “DJ” Law, Environmental Engineer, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8
Tuesday, August 9, 2022, 11:45am-1pm
Hybrid format – In person and virtual
CEMS has received one (1) general CLE credit for this presentation
The use of engines and computers for data mining or crypto currency production has increased greatly in the last few years. Donald will discuss the expansion of this industry into the oil and gas industry and the Clean Air Act regulatory and permitting implications for these operations, particularly as they occur on Tribal Lands within the jurisdiction of EPA Region 8.
Donald Law is an environmental engineer with the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8. He works in the Air Program conducting oversight of state title V permit and New Source Review permitting programs. In addition to state oversight, he assists in the direct implementation of title V and NSR permitting within the federally-recognized external boundaries of 27 Tribal Reservations in the Region.
Prior to coming to Region 8 in 2007, Donald worked in Region 5 in the air enforcement program from 2003 to 2007, focusing on the chemical manufacturing and oil refining industries. He began his career in 1996 with the Kansas Department of Heath and Environment. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Kansas and is a licensed professional engineer.
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