SOURCE has prepared both federal and state air quality permit applications for client facilities located across the nation. All permit applications are prepared by experienced environmental consultants with engineering degrees and scientists who have extensive training in quantifying air emissions from a wide variety of sources. Highly qualified senior personnel at Source maintain close working relationships with federal, state and local agency personnel, enabling them to negotiate permit terms and conditions effectively on behalf of the firm's clients. Most importantly, the project team structure of Source enables its consultants with engineering degrees and scientists to provide immediate, individualized response to client problems, which aids both in communicating information and in expediting progress on each permit application.
Source takes great pride in the technical quality and professional appearance of the air quality permit applications it prepares. All figures, diagrams, charts, and maps are prepared using computer aided design (CAD) programs. Source environmental engineers with degrees and scientists prepare detailed and concise process descriptions and Best Available Control Technology (BACT) analyses which help regulatory agency personnel understand the details of each project, thereby enabling these personnel to issue permits in a timely manner. Skilled meteorologists, physicists and mathematicians use state-of-the-art computer programs to perform air dispersion modeling studies. Source maintains an extensive library of environmental regulations, texts, technical papers, manuals, and reports which allows its environmental consultants and scientists to provide clients with detailed and up-to-date information regarding the various regulatory, permitting, and control technology issues associated with each project.