Air Permitting services in North Carolina

  • Air Permitting & Compliance Service

    RTP provides comprehensive services to assist clients with obtaining environmental permits and necessary approvals to construct, modify and operate air emission sources. RTP’s team of experts has and continues to assist clients with a wide array of air permitting and compliance needs including, but not limited to, State and Federal ...

    By RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. Office in NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Air Service line

  • Air Permitting Services

    EI’s air quality service focus is to assist our clients in achieving regulatory compliance, while minimizing costs and providing permit conditions that allow for maximum operating flexibility. This includes all aspects of air quality assessment including preliminary facility expansion planning, identification of pollutants, development of ...

    By The EI Group, Inc. based in Morrisville, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Energy and Environment Service line

  • Air Quality Permitting

    Whether constructing a new industrial facility, expanding an existing facility, or modifying operations, owners and operators may be subject to air quality permitting requirements. Industrial sources must be designed, constructed, and operated to comply with all applicable air quality regulations. Air quality regulations exist within a range of ...

    By Trinity Consultants Office in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Permitting Support Service line

  • Air Quality Permitting Services

    GeoSci personnel have performed annual air emission inventories to satisfy permit requirements and prepared SARA Title III reporting documents for a number of industrial Facilities. GeoSci personnel are experienced in the methodologies and calculations required to determine a facility's status under the Clean Air Act, including preparation of air ...

    By Geoscience and Technology, P.A., based in Winston-Salem, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Environmental Services Service line

  • Air Dispersion Modeling

    For over 30 years, Trinity Consultants has performed dispersion modeling studies to assist industrial facilities in assessing the impact of their emissions on ambient air quality. Regulatory requirements for dispersion modeling remain the primary motivation for the majority of modeling studies in the U.S. New federal modeling guidelines, more ...

    By Trinity Consultants Office in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Permitting Support Service line

  • Meteorological and Ambient Air Monitoring

    Historically, Trinity has assisted clients with monitoring plan development, oversight of equipment selection and installation, and data quality management and data reduction for a variety of meteorological and ambient monitoring scenarios.  Our recent merger with Meteorological Solutions, Inc. (MSI) of Salt Lake City enhanced our ability to ...

    By Trinity Consultants Office in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Permitting Support Service line

  • Control Technology Analysis

    ControlTechnologyDepending on the location of a project and the equipment and pollutants involved, air pollution control technology requirements may be significant in terms of cost and preparation of the air quality permit application.

    By Trinity Consultants Office in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Permitting Support Service line

  • Vapor Intrusion Monitoring/Modeling

    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 ...

    By RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. Office in NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Air Service line

  • Emission Inventory & Process Analysis

    Emission inventories and process analyses are applicable to a number of air regulations from permitting applications to compliance audits, worker health and safety issues, the demonstration of compliance with ambient air quality standards and permit requirements as well as other specialized requirements. RTP’s vast experience with pollution ...

    By RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. Office in NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Air Service line

  • Meteorology & Dispersion Modeling

    One of the principal activities at RTP is applying atmospheric dispersion models for permitting, EIS development, facility de­sign, health risk assessments and other special purposes. RTP’s experience and knowledge allows us to provide the best possible modeling scenarios for individual project needs.  We define the operational ...

    By RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. Office in NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Air Service line

  • Air Toxics

    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 ...

    By RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. Office in NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Air Service line

  • Control Technology Determination/Evaluations

    Increasingly stringent environmental regulations require higher performance and greater reliability for new air pollution control (APC) systems. Existing APC systems become subject to new requirements for monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting as new deadlines and thresholds are developed by agencies. Failure to comply can mean significant ...

    By RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. Office in NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Air Service line

  • Environmental Permitting

    When constructing a new facility or expanding an existing facility, you can often benefit from turnkey environmental services. Mid-Atlantic offers comprehensive environmental permitting for new facilities, major expansions, and compliance purposes. To assist our clients with their environmental permitting and compliance ...

    By Mid-Atlantic Associates, Inc. based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Permits Services

    Environmental Resource Center can help you prepare air, water, and RCRA Part A and B permits. We have over 20 years of environmental compliance experience that we can apply to your permitting needs. Our staff has the knowledge and expertise to help you apply for new permits, amend existing permits, and ensure that you are in compliance with ...

    By Environmental Resource Center based in Cary, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Consulting Services Service line

  • Permitting Services

    AMP-Cherokee is in the best position to provide permitting services to you. Our reputation and knowledge base are your tools for maintaining compliance with even the most difficult state and local agencies. We can also provide annual emissions reports and permit consolidations.

    By AMP-Cherokee based in Angier, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Regulatory Coordination, Compliance & Permitting

    CATLIN personnel regularly interact with State and Federal environmental regulatory agencies throughout the Southeast, but most frequently with EPA Region IV, NCDENR and the GA EPD due to the high volume of projects that we have in progress in these areas.

    By CATLIN Engineers and Scientists - CATLIN Environmental Consultants Office in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Air Pollution Control Services

    System design, air quality / BACT analysis, permitting.

    By AWARE Environmental Inc. (AEI) based in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Air Quality Managment

    Air Permits: Before a corporation or a partnership can begin the construction of a new facility or complete the acquisition of an existing facility, the proper air permits must be obtained. OMNI has had vast experience with all types of permits, including Title V. Our professional staff can identify the needed air permits and obtain them as ...

    By OMNI Professional Environmental Associates, P.A. based in Research Triangle Park, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Air Quality Engineering

    Industries across the country have been faced with challenges regarding air quality compliance since the passage of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. With the amendments and associated Title V permitting requirements, even a small equipment change can become a complex exercise involving modification of the overall facility air permit. ...

    By Mid-Atlantic Associates, Inc. based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Air Emissions Inventories

    Many air quality permitting projects require a facility-wide inventory of all air emissions sources. An accurate accounting of emissions is also necessary for payment of annual permit fees to state and local regulatory agencies. In addition to common point sources, facilities often have emissions sources that are more difficult to identify and ...

    By Trinity Consultants Office in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Compliance Assistance Service line

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