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Webinar – New Way to Measure Ethylene Oxide Emissions

October 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

CleanAir and Picarro have teamed up to deliver a webinar about a new methodology and application for measuring Ethylene Oxide Emissions.

Ethylene oxide (EtO) is very effective for the sterilization of medical equipment and in the manufacture of plastics, glycols, detergents, solvents, adhesives, and pharmaceuticals. Unfortunately, recent studies indicate that EtO may be more harmful to humans than previously realized. Industry and regulatory initiatives are underway to better characterize the risks of exposure to workers and communities.

The first step to properly characterizing the risks of exposure to EtO is getting accurate measurements of it. Now, for the first time, there is a solution that enables easy and rapid, facility-wide characterization of EtO emissions at various concentrations. Attend this webinar to learn about this new methodology and application for the measurement of EtO.


Dr. Volker Schmid
Business Leader
CleanAir Engineering, Inc.

Volker Schmid is the Business Leader of CleanAir’s Advanced Monitoring Solutions Group and the Manager of its Ambient Air and Fugitive Emissions Monitoring Program. He joined the company in 2002 and since has been responsible for the identification of emerging technologies and data analytics and their integration into services and products offered by CleanAir. Besides his responsibilities as Program Manager, he provides subject matter expertise on measurement-related topics to a variety of industries. Volker graduated with a doctorate in Environmental Sciences/Physics from Portland State University in Portland, OR.

Dr. Gregor Lucic
Product Manager

With a doctorate in volcanic geochemistry from McGill University, Gregor was one of the first to deploy a Picarro analyzer on top of an active volcano; a study that improved our understanding of volcanic triggers and eruption forecasting. He brings his curiosity of the geophysical to Picarro, where he worked as an Application Scientist before assuming the role of a Product Manager. He is responsible for Picarro’s Greenhouse Gas and Trace Gas family of analyzers, with a recent focus on building and supporting products for air quality markets.


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