The Clean Air Act (CAA), as amended, establishes national goals for air quality to protect public health and welfare. It also establishes air quality standards and criteria to control pollutants in the environment.
GEC assists its clients in meeting CAA requirements and regulations by providing design, permitting, and compliance services. Air quality services include toxic air emissions inventories, Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know (EPCRA) Section 313 reports, air permit applications, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) air quality impact assessments, air emissions control plans, and air dispersion and hazardous emission risk assessment modeling and reporting.
- Title V Permitting and New Source Review
- Emissions Inventories
- EPCRA Section 313 Reporting
- Risk Assessment and Management Planning
Using multidisciplinary approaches and drawing on the company’s experienced staff of engineers and chemists, GEC provides innovative and cost-effective air quality management solutions for a diverse spectrum of public and private sector clients.