Air Permitting services in Maine

  • Air Services

    Sanborn Head provides a complete array of air services to support our clients with federal and state-specific regulatory assessments, permitting, and reporting requirements. Our services broadly range from initial air emissions assessments and routine air emissions compliance reporting to comprehensive air dispersion models and Title V Operating ...

    By Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Energy Service line

  • Air Monitoring

    KEY has designed and implemented programs for air monitoring including sampling and analysis of ambient air for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHS), industrial hygiene monitoring of workers for VOCs and PAHS, discrete air sampling of air-phase carbon treatment systems for permit compliance monitoring, and ...

    By Key Environmental, Inc Office in MAINE (USA).

  • Regulatory Compliance Assistance Services

    BACT analyses. Permitting. SARA, TURA, RCRA, wastewater, and air emission reports. Enforcement actions.

    By Pollution Prevention Consulting based in Scarborough, MAINE (USA).

  • Environmental Site Assessments Services

    Environmental Site Assessments include a wide range of project types that all share a common theme: understanding how the historical and current use of a property (and its surrounding area) may have adversely affected the condition of environmental media at a site, including soil, ground water, surface water, sediments, and air.

    By GeoInsight, Inc. Office in York, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Service line

  • Compliance Services

    The sheer number, diversity, and complexity of EH&S regulations can make achieving and maintaining compliance a difficult task. The engineers, scientists, regulatory specialists, and environmental attorneys on our compliance team have the skills and experience to help our clients manage all of their environmental responsibilities.

    By Woodard & Curran based in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Environmental Management Consulting Service line

  • Landfill Gas‐to‐Energy Design and Support Services

    Concerns over the effects of climate change have spurred actions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The most common GHG is carbon dioxide (C02), which is a by-product of fuel combustion; however, another prominent GHG is methane, which comes from the decay of material, for example, waste within a landfill. Methane is particularly ...

    By Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Energy Service line

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