Hazard Identification and Modeling
Trinity has performed hundreds of health effects impact studies for actual and potential releases of hazardous air pollutants. These studies have included emissions estimations, acute toxicity evaluations for comparison to threshold limit value-based concentration limits, cancer risk assessment modeling using the GEMS database, and ambient monitoring studies. Our staff has considerable experience in modeling emissions from accidental releases of liquid spills and spills of liquefied gases using dense gas and EPA-approved puff models. Trinity also has senior staff who are skilled at preparing analyses for use by industry in class-action litigation and providing expert testimony on the results.