GeoInsight’s Air Quality Expert, John Hinckley, Presents at NHBIA and A&WMA and more

May 24, 2018


John Hinckley is the newest air quality expert at GeoInsight.  He joins our team with 20+ years of permitting, modeling, management, and public speaking experience specializing in air permitting and modeling for the education forest products, agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and ski area sectors. Aside from the nearly 400 air quality projects from Maine to Alaska he’s worked on with 200+ clients, he is also a dynamic member of the air quality industry, authoring articles like Air Quality Permitting for Anaerobic Digesters for the leading technical journal BioCycle, and regularly performing presentations and talks at industries top conferences.

Here’s a look at his recent speaking schedule:


2018 Biomass Technology Conference

(Keene, NH | May 2, 2018)

The Biomass Technology Conference, hosted by Froling Energy of Peterborough, New Hampshire, is aimed at engineers, providing workshops and presentations about the current state of the art in biomass boiler system design.  John presented alongside Dan Wilson, Vice President at Wilson Engineering Services, PC of Meadville, Pennsylvania, and together they provided a detailed presentation of strategies for designing cost-effective projects that comply with emissions and air quality standards.


2018 New Hampshire Air & Water Regulatory Conference

(Manchester, NH | May 31 at 1 PM)

Hosted by the NH Business and Industry Association (BIA), in conjunction with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) and the New Hampshire Municipal Association (NHMA), this conference will provide industry experts with the latest of both water and air regulatory issues for the state.  In John’s talk, If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now: Important Considerations for the Air Quality Permitting Process, he will address what project developers can consider early in the planning process to minimize the risk of unanticipated project costs and delays.  The talk will focus on aspects of the air permitting process including site evaluation, capital, and operating costs, permit application requirements, schedule considerations, and post-permit compliance requirements for new air pollution emission sources.
Get a copy of the presentation here.


2018 National Conference for the Air & Waste Management Association

(Hartford, CT | June 27 at 4 PM)

The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) hosts the nation’s most comprehensive air and waste conference bringing the industries top talent together to discuss struggles to balance energy, environment, and health.  At this conference, John will be presenting on Air Quality Modeling Techniques for Rural New England Facilities. This presentation will address air quality modeling techniques developed to help rural New England's institutional, commercial, and industrial facilities demonstrate compliance with ambient air quality standards and obtain permits for new or expanded operations.    

Interested in Air Quality and working with John – get in touch!

Contact John Hinckley | 800.217.1953