Trinity Consultants

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Trinity Consultants Training

  • Technical Courses for Environmental Professionals

    These courses, built on Trinity's extensive air quality experience are intended for technical professionals responsible for performing or supervising emissions quantification, dispersion modeling, or stack testing. Each technical course provides an in-depth review of the science and technology basis in order to enhance the attendee’s understanding. Instructors with extensive applied experience teach hands-on computer laboratories and use actual case studies when presenting information.

  • Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling

    Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling

    In this flagship course, students receive a thorough introduction to air dispersion modeling theory and application. Topics of discussion include the regulatory requirements for modeling, modeling study design, and U.S. EPA modeling guidelines and protocol.

  • Emissions Quantification and Reporting

    Emissions Quantification and Reporting

    This course provides an overview of emissions inventory requirements, emission quantification methodologies, and the applications of various emission programs. Learn to apply the best approach to quantify emissions from common industrial processes.

  • Emission Reduction Technology & Compliance Management

    Emission Reduction Technology & Compliance Management

    The goal of this course is to provide information that will help environmental professionals to address present and future air pollution control issues. The course will enable students to be familiar with the various interrelated aspects of air pollution control, understand the operating principles of air pollution control system, and have a good understanding of some of the technical aspects of controlling air pollution.

  • AERMOD Modeling Computer Laboratory

    AERMOD Modeling Computer Laboratory

    This course provides hands-on instruction using AERMOD, U.S. EPA’s preferred air quality dispersion models. It includes a brief theoretical review and emphasizes formulating and conducting an air quality analysis utilizing the refined model options.

  • Dispersion Modeling for Managers - Planning & Review

    Dispersion Modeling for Managers - Planning & Review

    This one-day course for environmental managers who review or manage dispersion modeling will cover modeling concepts and regulatory requirements for state and federal air permitting.  Learn when and why modeling is required, different models to be used, possible complications, and how to identify errors.

  • Flammable/Toxic Release Modeling Analysis

    Flammable/Toxic Release Modeling Analysis

    This course focuses on source analysis and air quality impact assessments for industrial accidental releases.  The course covers model assumptions, strengths, and shortcomings.  Attendees will learn to select analysis strategies and reliably critique work.

  • Managing Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS)

    Managing Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS)

    This course presents regulatory requirements and technical issues in the field of continuous emission monitoring (CEM) necessary to manage a successful monitoring program. The course highlights Federal programs requiring CEM systems, sampling and analytical methods, and certification and quality assurance requirements. Techniques for specifying, evaluating, and purchasing CEM systems will also be discussed. The course is designed for engineers and other...

  • Stack Testing Workshop

    Stack Testing Workshop

    This workshop introduces EPA stack testing methods and their observation checklists as well as discussions of managing stack testing requirements, observing stack testing (e.g. trial burns), verifying calculation of emission data, validating analytical data, and various sampling methods. The workshop provides the fundamental skills necessary for meeting stack testing regulatory requirements and evaluating the data for decision-making purposes.

  • Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop

    Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop

    This 3-day workshop demonstrates step-by-step procedures for completing an ambient air impact analysis based on a case study of an industrial facility that includes open pits (quarries), conveyor transfers and haul roads, storage piles, roof monitors, building vents, point sources, and flares.  Parameter refinement methods are included.