air toxics Services

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Air Toxics

by RTP Environmental Associates, Inc.

Air toxics are becoming an important environmental concern for many source categories.  Air toxics can involve all media.  Being able to evaluate all primary and lower order impacts is becoming part of various permitting and operating activities as well.  RTP staff have experience in monitoring ambient air toxics, source emission ...

Air Toxics

by STAT Analysis Corporation

STAT performs most of the air analyses required by the EPA or AIHA. We have developed many of the latest analytical methods. Many of these analyses use either air samples in Tedlar bags, SUMMA canisters, PUF/XAD cartridges, impingers, or specially prepared traps and filters.

Air Toxics Testing

by The Avogadro Group, LLC

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has required many combustion and process sources to monitor the emissions of air toxics since the passage of the 1990 Clean Air Act, Title III Maximum Achievable Control Technology standard (MACT).  To this day, Avogadro continues to conduct numerous “Toxics” emissions test programs.  ...

Landfill Gases & Air Toxics

by CRL Environmental Corporation (CRL)

CRL’s partner laboratory, Air Technology Laboratories offers the unique service of air toxics analysis. A separate staff of chemists and instrumentation is designated to better serve this specialized field of testing. This staff supports the technical expertise required to ensure that data produced maintains accuracy and reliability. ...

Toxic Reduction Act Services

by ORTECH

The Toxic Reduction Act has been around for a while and most firms have reported.   ORTECH has worked on a number of reports/plans for our clients.

Air Toxics Hot Spots Program

by Ecotek

Ecotek has assisted clients to comply with the California AB2588 Air Toxic Hot Spots Program. This State law requires facilities to inventory their emissions of several hundred chemicals. The inventory must be updated periodically. The purpose of the program is to disclose to the public those facilities that represent a potential risk due to the ...

Toxic Mold Remediation Services

by Microtech Environmental Services

Molds produce tiny spores to reproduce. Mold spores waft through the indoor and outdoor air continually. When mold spores land on a damp spot indoors, they may begin growing and digesting whatever they are growing on in order to survive. There are molds that can grow on wood, paper, carpet, and foods. When excessive moisture or water accumulates ...

Toxic Reduction Act

by RWDI AIR Inc.

Under Ontario’s Toxic Reduction Act, O.Reg 455/09 sets out the requirements that owners and operators of facilities in the manufacturing and mineral processing sectors (NAICS 31, 32, 33) must meet beginning January 1, 2010. The requirements are to: Track and quantify the toxic substances used, created and released in their operations. ...

EPA Form R Toxics Reporting

by Ecotek

Federal regulations require facilities to file a Form R report if they manufacture, process, or otherwise use EPCRA Section 313 chemicals in quantities exceeding established thresholds. Form R is a public disclosure document that identifies the discharge of the above mentioned chemicals into all environmental media - air, water, soil, and waste. ...

Vapor Intrusion Monitoring/Modeling

by RTP Environmental Associates, Inc.

Vapor intrusion and population exposures to toxic or hazardous materials are commonly regulated by local health authorities and permitting agencies.  The transport of vapors in various subsurface soil and into the vicinity of permeable structures provides a pathway of exposure to toxic and hazardous materials.  RTP staff have conducted ...

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