Emissions Monitoring (Stack Testing)

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The furthest thing from any facility’s to-do list with a CEM system is to get on the bad side of a regulatory agency. First impressions are an over-looked but critical part of the emissions testing process, and a facility only has one shot at establishing this impression. We understand this, and are here to help your facility through the entire stack testing process to ensure you start and remain in compliance. Not only do we utilize state-of-the-art testing equipment and technology, but our clients also have the advantage of relying on our extensive familiarity with CEM systems and facility operations to assist facilities in process and emission optimization. This guarantees that our clients overcome any obstacles standing in their way of achieving compliance. After all, what good is a failed test?

We give our clients more than just numbers and test results; we bring an invaluable pool of knowledge to the process that allows for a comprehensive assessment of your specific situation. A typical testing process contains the following:

  • Permit interpretation and determination of required tests
  • Development of testing protocol
  • Submittal of testing protocol and negotiation with state agency
  • Conduction of necessary emissions testing field work
  • Evaluation of results
  • Compilation of final, defensible testing report
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Emission Monitoring Services Provided

  • Compliance Test Programs
  • On-site FT-IR Sampling
  • Information Collection Request (ICR) Testing
  • ERT Submittals
  • RICE MACT Testing
  • Part 75 Testing and EDR Submittal
  • Temporary CEMS
  • Relative Accuracy Test Audits (RATA)
  • Performance Guarantee Testing
  • Pollution Control Device Evaluations and Engineering Studies
  • Mercury Speciation and Measurement Studies
  • Ambient Criteria and Hazardous Air Pollutant Monitoring
  • International Emission Measurement Services
  • Quarterly and Annual Audit Services (linearity checks, CGA, opacity)

Why Choose Air Tox for your Emissions Monitoring Program?

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Reputation of reliability and professionalism

Air Tox has multiple years of experience in working with state and federal regulatory agencies, and has a relationship of leveraged trust and reputability with these agencies. Our clients benefit by becoming a part of this long established relationship.

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Notable Experience with Complex Emissions Monitoring Systems

Knowledgeable, qualified (QSTI certified) and friendly staff members have extensive process experiences that enable them to accommodate the most complex emissions monitoring issues and to operate efficiently to complete the project.

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Troubleshooting Competence for Emissions Equipment

Our team members are extremely familiar with CEM equipment, which enables our test personnel to assist facility personnel with trouble-shooting emissions testing and system related issues, thereby avoiding costly standby or remobilizations.

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Superior Customer Service and Flexible Schedule

Air Tox is flexible and will work within the customer’s operating schedule. Air Tox has completed stack emissions testing during off-hours or weekends.

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Mobile Emissions Testing Laboratories

Air Tox has multiple state-of-the-art mobile emissions testing laboratories that can be readily configured to meet the requirements of the tests being performed

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Safety Standards

Air Tox has an excellent safety record, and maintains the highest safety standards in the industry.

Regardless of the scope, Air Tox has the most suitable and innovative solutions for your stack emissions testing requirements.

 

 

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Emissions Monitoring: Industries Served

Air Tox has experience with emissions monitoring and testing for a diverse assortment of industries including:

  • Power Generation (gas, oil, wood, coal, fuel cell and nuclear)
  • Glass Manufacturing
  • Asphalt Plants
  • Pulp and Paper Mills
  • Hazardous Waste Incinerator
  • Chemical Plants
  • Municipal and Medical Waste Combustors
  • Portland Cement Plants
  • Landfill Gas Flares
  • Semiconductor Facility
  • Bulk Terminal Operations
  • Coating and Finishing Facilities
  • Smelters (copper)
  • Food and Beverage Industry
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Printing Industries
  • Wastewater and Sewage Treatment

Contact us today to learn more about the emissions monitoring, stack emissions testing, and related program and equipment services provided by Air Tox.