Webinar: Best Practices for a Successful Method 325 Fenceline Monitoring Program

Best Practices for a Successful Method 325


  • David Berkowitz
    Montrose Environmental
  • Victoria Croft
    Valero Energy Corporation
  • Gerri Garwood
    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • Sabine S. Lange, Ph.D.
    DABT, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires low-level monitoring of benzene at fencelines of refineries across the U.S. Facilities have been collecting compliance data for these programs for over two years; however, there are still lingering questions regarding monitor siting, laboratory measurements, data quality, and reporting as well as more current issues regarding troublesome sources, data evaluation from a regulatory vs. risk assessment standpoint, and next-steps post-Corrective Action Plan.

During this panel discussion, you will hear from several subject matter experts on fenceline monitoring from the regulatory, refinery, and testing perspectives. Our industry panelists will guide you through best practices, lessons learned, and provide a roadmap for developing and maintaining a successful monitoring program.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • Expert interpretation of work practice documents EPA Methods 325A and 325B
  • Industry perspective and lessons learned
  • Regulatory Insight
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