Automatically generate air emission reports on a pre-set schedule or on demand (such as in response to accidental releases). Reports come in a digital format that can be uploaded to state reporting e-tools where applicable.
We have industry-specific reports for:
If we don't have your subpart already built into the system, we will design and implement a report for you!
Develop and implement a continuous improvement strategy with real-time monitoring and executive dashboard KPIs across your sites
Send automated email notifications to the appropriate personnel whenever a source approaches and/or exceeds a custom emission threshold
(MACT regulations are listed with their respective industry, where applicable)
Equipment Leaks (Control Level 1, 2, Fugitive Emission Sources, and Fugitive Emission Sources of Benzene)
Process Vents, Control Devices, and Flares
Storage Vessels and Transfer Operations (Containers, Tanks- Level 1 & Level 2, Benzene Storage Vessels, and Benzene Transfer Operations)
Wastewater Operations (Benzene Water Operations, Individual Drain Systems, Surface Impoundments)
Beryllium Rocket Motor Firing
Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters Major Sources
Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers Area Sources
Stationary Combustion Turbines
Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (RICE)
ERA's compliance team simplified and compiled boiler emission calculations and relevant MACT data into a short PDF that will kick start your compliance process.
Get an in-depth introduction to MACT standards, the MACT floor, MACT Model Point Value Equations, and other NESHAP regulation need-to-knows.
After working in the automotive sector for over 28 years, ERA has acquired thorough knowledge of the Automotive MACT. We've put it all in this one guide for you.
National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs) were created as an extension of the CAA to monitor the amount of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) from stationary sources—factories, refineries, boilers, power plants, etc.
EPA auditors regularly conduct inspections on regulated facilities to evaluate compliance and identify and address excess emissions. Inspectors may engage in one or several of the following: