Industrial facilities subject to air permits and regulatory emissions limits must frequently implement sophisticated Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) to demonstrate compliance. Without a solid understanding of the federal regulatory requirements under 40 CFR Parts 60, 63 and 75 (as well as state and local requirements) and the development of a good CEMS program, demonstrating compliance with the applicable requirements can be difficult.
For more than four decades, Trinity Consultants has assisted facilities with air quality permitting and compliance including CEMS related services. Trinity performs CEMS program audits, developing or reviewing existing Parts 60 and 75 Quality Assurance Plans (QAP), and associated permitting. Maintenance of CEMS is an integral part of any QA/QC program and Trinity can assist in creating or updating facility maintenance programs to ensure maximum CEMS data availability and efficient use of existing resources by providing best practice recommendations. We also provide related training courses which detail specific applicable regulations and CEMS maintenance and quality assurance. Trinity's experienced professionals have the expertise to help you ensure a CEMS program that meets your legal obligations and streamlines associated processes.