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Air Monitoring

Because air monitoring is an important part of most permitting requirements, CCI offers hands-on assistance in the following areas:

Sampling and Reporting

Review stack and source analyses

Fugitive emissions monitoring

Fence line monitoring during construction projects

Typical Projects

Louisiana Title V Air Permit

CCI prepared the initial Title V air permit application for a specialty chemicals manufacturing facility that produces styrene-based compounds on a batch basis. The permit required that the facility be able to respond with flexibility to market demands, while staying within permit constraints.

Fugitive Emissions Monitoring

Our team has provided fugitive monitoring services for regulated facilities, including analysis of leak rates, predictions of future compliance needs, and monthly and annual reporting. We provide "as-needed" services for clients performing internal audits and compliance reviews.

On-site proactive emissions monitoring of full scale bioremediation project

Our team implemented a comprehensive air monitoring project for ambient air analysis at a bioremediation project conducted at a steel mill in California. The data produced validated project assumptions that no organics were released during the bioremediation process.

Fence Line Monitoring

We provided on-site air quality monitoring as a subcontractor during the remediation of a lead-contaminated site that had formerly housed stockpiled lead form World War II. The monitoring was required to ensure no impacts occurred to sensitive nearby receptors which included workers as well as a nearby public park.

Preparation of EIS, EIQ updates

Routine EIS and EIQ updates are managed for clients to assist in maintaining permit compliance. Benzene Waste Operations NESHAPs (BWON) Compliance

CCI has provided sampling and data analysis services for petroleum refinery operations for many years. This includes sampling in accordance with USEPA approved methods, assisting the client during inspections, and developing analytical programs for compliance with consent decree requirements.