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Air Toxics

by RTP Environmental Associates, Inc.     based in Green Brook, NEW JERSEY (USA)

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 ...

Air Toxics

by STAT Analysis Corporation     based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA)

STAT performs most of the air analyses required by the EPA or AIHA. We have developed many of the latest analytical methods. Many of these analyses use either air samples in Tedlar bags, SUMMA canisters, PUF/XAD cartridges, impingers, or specially prepared traps and filters.

Landfill Gases & Air Toxics

by CRL Environmental Corporation (CRL)     based in Makati City, PHILIPPINES

CRL’s partner laboratory, Air Technology Laboratories offers the unique service of air toxics analysis. A separate staff of chemists and instrumentation is designated to better serve this specialized field of testing. This staff supports the technical expertise required to ensure that data produced maintains accuracy and reliability. ...

Air Toxics Control Services

by Sargent & Lundy     based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA)

Sargent & Lundy is at the forefront of identifying the emerging technologies and equipment options to address air toxics including mercury and heavy metals. We are very knowledgeable in permitting issues and requirements. We have conducted numerous studies to evaluate the feasibility and costs associated with compliance for existing individual ...

Air Toxics Testing Services

by The Avogadro Group, LLC     based in Antioch, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has required many combustion and process sources to monitor the emissions of air toxics since the passage of the 1990 Clean Air Act, Title III Maximum Achievable Control Technology standard (MACT).  To this day, Avogadro continues to conduct numerous “Toxics” emissions test programs.  ...

Air Toxic Contaminants & HAPs Testing

by Montrose Environmental Group, Inc.     based in Irvine, CALIFORNIA (USA)

California AB 2588, Clean Air Act, Title III MACT, ICR Test Programs, Toxics Assessment Inventory, Test Method Evaluation, HAPs Characterization, BIF Testing, Boiler MACT, EPA ERT Reporting

Air Toxics Hot Spots Program Services

by Ecotek     based in Huntington Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Ecotek has assisted clients to comply with the California AB2588 Air Toxic Hot Spots Program. This State law requires facilities to inventory their emissions of several hundred chemicals. The inventory must be updated periodically. The purpose of the program is to disclose to the public those facilities that represent a potential risk due to the ...

Vapor Intrusion Monitoring/Modeling

by RTP Environmental Associates, Inc.     based in Green Brook, NEW JERSEY (USA)

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 ...

Air Quality & Meteorological Monitoring Service

by RTP Environmental Associates, Inc.     based in Green Brook, NEW JERSEY (USA)

RTP maintains strong capabilities in ambient and indoor air quality monitoring. We have extensive experience in performing monitoring studies for criteria pollutants as well as hazardous air pollutants and air toxics. Projects range from walk through surveys to continuous monitoring systems for ambient, stack or workplace environments. Project ...

Indoor Air Quality

by RTP Environmental Associates, Inc.     based in Green Brook, NEW JERSEY (USA)

RTP provides a wide range of indoor air quality services. These include surveys to help resolve complaints raised by employees who may be suffering building-related symptoms such as respiratory distressed allergic reactions more than usual colds and comfort-related complaints such as too hot, too cold or too dry.

Toxic Reduction Act Services

by ORTECH     based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Toxic Reduction Act has been around for a while and most firms have reported.   ORTECH has worked on a number of reports/plans for our clients.

Risk Assessments Services

by HMR Environmental Engineering Consultants     based in CPO Seeb, OMAN

HMR has undertaken Quantitative Risk Assessment studies for oil & gas and petrochemical installations including pipelines, bulk storage and material transport facilities. HMR has expertise and software tools to evaluate the consequence (fire, explosion and toxicity), calculate the impact distances of the consequence and determine the risk ...

Air Quality Modeling and Ambient Monitoring Services

by Liberty Environmental, Inc.     based in Reading, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Air quality dispersion modeling and ambient air monitoring are required for complex air permitting projects and are important components of regulatory agency air quality planning. Liberty Environmental’s air dispersion modeling expertise includes PSD NAAQS and PSD increment modeling, state air toxic modeling, and air quality planning ...

CARB Portable Equipment Registration Program

by Alta Environmental     based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The CARB’s Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP) allows specific types of portable equipment to operate anywhere in the state of California. The Alta Air Team has been assisting business for over 16 years in understanding the PERP regulation. This includes assisting companies with specific reporting compliance needs.

Industrial Pollution

by NILU - The Norwegian Institute for Air Research     based in Kjeller, NORWAY

Industrial pollution has historically represented the largest environmental impact in Norway. NILU has performed measurements, calculations, evaluations and impact assessments for the industry since the institute was first established in 1969. Air emissions can contain several different types of pollution, depending on the industry and what is ...

Integrative Sampling Services

by Airzone One Ltd.     based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Integrative sampling requires collection of airborne substances over an extended period of time. Samples are typically returned to an analysis facility for processing and results are typically available some time after the sampling event. This is required when it is too expensive or inconvenient to undertake continuous real-time measurements, or ...

Annual Emission Reporting (AER) Services

by Alta Environmental     based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The South Coast Air Quality Management District’s (AQMD’s) Annual Emission Reporting (AER) program was developed to track emissions of air contaminants from permitted facilities. Under this program, those who emit more, pay more toward air pollution control efforts – and at the same time are given an incentive

Toxic Mold Remediation Services

by Microtech Environmental Services     based in West Babylon, NEW YORK (USA)

Molds produce tiny spores to reproduce. Mold spores waft through the indoor and outdoor air continually. When mold spores land on a damp spot indoors, they may begin growing and digesting whatever they are growing on in order to survive. There are molds that can grow on wood, paper, carpet, and foods. When excessive moisture or water accumulates ...

Emission Inventory Services

by Davenport Engineering, Inc.     based in Torrance, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Davenport Engineering, Inc. has extensive experience providing emission inventory services which include calculating, reporting criteria pollutant, toxic chemical, and greenhouse gas emissions for the following key programs: Air agency emission inventory services, particularly for the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) ...

Toxic Reduction Act

by RWDI AIR Inc.     based in Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Under Ontario’s Toxic Reduction Act, O.Reg 455/09 sets out the requirements that owners and operators of facilities in the manufacturing and mineral processing sectors (NAICS 31, 32, 33) must meet beginning January 1, 2010. The requirements are to: Track and quantify the toxic substances used, created and released in their operations. ...

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