Trinity has experience in building a user-friendly Microsoft Excel spreadsheet-based tracking tool that identifies monitoring, testing, recordkeeping, and reporting obligations for a site from an air permitting standpoint. This tool assists in achieving compliance with New Source Review (NSR) permit special conditions. The spreadsheet tracking tool can also identify recordkeeping requirements and continuous compliance actions associated with the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards that are identified in the air permit. Trinity's tracking tool provides a description of the task to be completed, its origin (i.e. a reference to the special condition or federal/state requirement that was the driver for completing the requirement), categorizes the task into monitoring/testing/recordkeeping/reporting, and provides a recommended schedule or due date for each task. In addition, Trinity can assist in preparing log sheets or forms that are required as part of the permit (i.e. AVO inspection, daily pressure drop, opacity, weekly valve inspections). After completion of the spreadsheet tool, Trinity can come on-site to present the compliance checklist to review the action items for site personnel in detail.
Many TCEQ NSR Permits now include a Material Flexibility clause in the site's permit conditions to allow for flexibility in product use. Trinity can prepare a user-friendly tool in Microsoft® Excel for use by site personnel or by corporate environmental personnel to evaluate new or reformulated products based on the site's specific material flexibility clause. Detailed instructions on how to use the workbook are included. Trinity can also perform an in-person demonstration of the tool.
If you are interested in utilizing these compliance tools at your facility, please contact the Dallas Office at (972) 661-8100 for further information.