A deep understanding of the nuances of air quality and noise studies, regulations and permitting issues is critical to keeping your existing facilities safe, operational and in compliance. This understanding is also key to getting new facilities up and running quickly.

Our engineers and scientists have the comprehensive background and experience to help transparently assess and document your air quality and noise profile, as well as the right tools to mitigate any impacts.

From sophisticated modeling techniques to comprehensive testing, our team can help you achieve compliance across any industry, on any type of project. Among our tools and services:

  • Air dispersion modeling
  • Air quality permitting
  • Ambient air monitoring
  • Ambient noise measurements
  • Auditing and due diligence
  • Compliance consulting, reporting, programs, emergency management systems (EMS)
  • Federal agency studies for Rural Utilities Service (RUS), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) evaluations
  • Noise and vibration studies (FERC RR 9)
  • Noise mitigation design
  • Noise modeling
  • Project feasibility and fatal flaw analysis
  • Siting and licensing (certificate of public convenience and necessity — CPCN, siting certificates)
  • Stack test planning and consulting

Refinery Air Emissions: A Look at EPA Rules

The Environmental Protection Agency's Risk and Technology Review (RTR) rule creates a complex future for U.S. petroleum refiners. Check out our article in Hydrocarbon Processing magazine: "New Refinery RTR Air Rules: Driving Projects in FCCUs and Other Units." 



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