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NESHAP and MACT Reporting Software

With rigorous data-gathering and advanced process mapping, ERA's software for National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) and Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) regulations provides total accuracy reporting.

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Any Source

Roll up or drill down emissions data and changes to chemical throughput from any type of source, including data from CMS

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Every Pollutant

Our platform takes care of HAPs, VOCs, VHAPs, GHGs, NOx, SOx, particulate matter, and other criteria pollutants

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Exhaustive QA/QC

Emission calculations and material data adhere to the most rigorous standards and are saved in a secure, cloud-hosted vault for peace of mind

Built-in and By-design Reporting

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:

  • Aerospace Manufacturing & Rework (GG)
  • Automobile Surface Coating (IIII)
  • Wood Furniture Surface Coating (JJ)
  • Miscellaneous Metal Parts (MMMM)
  • Plastic Parts Surface Coating (PPPP)
  • Wood-building Surface Coating (QQQQ)
  • Boat Manufacturing (VVVV)
  • Fiber Reinforced Plastics (WWWW)
  • ...and more!


If we don't have your subpart already built into the system, we will design and implement a report for you!

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Our CAA Toolbox

We have designed our software to facilitate compliance with all Clean Air Act responsibilities

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Emission Benchmarks

Develop and implement a continuous improvement strategy with real-time monitoring and executive dashboard KPIs across your sites

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Automatic Alerts

Send automated email notifications to the appropriate personnel whenever a source approaches and/or exceeds a custom emission threshold

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Built-in Updates

We update our in-house Master Chemical List daily to reflect changes in HAP/MACT regulations, ensuring your reports meet EPA standards

Industries Required to Submit NESHAP Reports

(MACT regulations are listed with their respective industry, where applicable)

Agriculture, Food and Forestry
Chemical Production and Distribution
  • Acetal Resins Production
  • Chemical Manufacturing (CMAS)
  • Chemical Preparations
  • Chromium Compounds Manufacturing
  • Cyanide Chemicals Manufacturing
  • Ethylene Processes Production
  • Hydrochloric Acid Production
  • Hydrogen Fluoride Production
  • Miscellaneous Coating Manufacturing
  • Miscellaneous Organic Chemical Production and Processes
  • Organic Liquids Distribution (Non-Gasoline)
  • Pesticide Active Ingredient Production
  • Pharmaceuticals Production
  • Polycarbonates Production
  • Polyether Polyols Production
  • Polymers and Resins Production (Group I Polymers and Resins, Epoxy Resins Production and Non-Nylon Polyamides Production, Manufacture of Amino/Phenolic Resins, Group IV Polymers and Resins)
  • Polyvinyl Chloride and Copolymers Production (Polyvinyl Chloride and Copolymers Production, Polyvinyl Chloride and Copolymers Production Area Sources)
  • Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing
  • Vinyl Chloride and Ethylene Dichloride Production
Generic Chemical Rules for Stationary Sources of Air Pollution
  • Cooling Towers

  • 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)

Electric Utilities
  • Coal- and Oil-Fired Electric Utility Steam Generating Units (Mercury and Air Toxics Standards)
Energy, Engines, and Combustion
  • 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)

Foam, Fiber, Plastic and Rubber Products
  • Acrylic Fibers/Modacrylic Fibers Production (Generic MACT & Area Sources)
  • Flexible Polyurethane Foam Fabrication
  • Reinforced Plastic Composites Production
  • Rubber Tire Manufacturing
  • Spandex Production
Metals Production Industry
  • Aluminum Production (Primary Aluminum Reduction, Secondary Aluminum Production)
  • Chromium Electroplating
  • Copper Smelters (Primary Copper Smelting, Primary Copper Smelting Area Sources, Inorganic Arsenic from Primary Copper Smelting, Secondary Copper Smelting Area Sources)
  • Ferroalloys Production (Ferromanganese and Silicomanganese, Production area sources)
  • Gold Mine Ore Processing and Production
  • Iron and Steel Foundries (Area Sources, Steel Manufacturing, Coke Oven By-Product Recover Plants, Coke Ovens: Charging, Topside, and Door Leaks, Coke Ovens: Pushing, Quenching, and Battery Stacks, Stainless and Non-Stainless-Steel Manufacturing: Electric Arc Furnaces, Steel Pickling HCl Process Facilities and HCl Regeneration Plants)
  • Lead Acid Batter Manufacturing
  • Lead Processing
  • Lead Smelting
  • Mercury Cell Chlor-Alkali Plants
  • Mercury Production
  • Metal Fabrication
  • Non-Ferrous Foundries
  • Non-Ferrous Metal Production (Inorganic Arsenic from Arsenic Trioxide and Metallic Arsenic Production, Beryllium Production, Primary Nonferrous Metals-Zinc, Cadmium, and Beryllium Area Sources, and Secondary Nonferrous Metals Area Sources)
  • Plating and Polishing

Free Resources for Your Industry

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Guide for Calculating Boiler Emissions

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.

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Getting to Grips with MACTs & NESHAPs

Get an in-depth introduction to MACT standards, the MACT floor, MACT Model Point Value Equations, and other NESHAP regulation need-to-knows.

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Guide to Automotive NESHAP Compliance

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

Understanding your obligations to the Clean Air Act can be complicated. We are here to help.

What are NESHAPs?

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.

What are MACT standards?
The percentage of air emissions that can be prevented is often limited by the current level of available technology. That's why the EPA developed Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards: the EPA sets the emission levels being achieved by the top-performing sources in that industry (for similar source types) as the industry baseline, known as the "MACT floor". Sources must, at a minimum, achieve a level of emissions control (for that industry equivalent to the MACT floor.
How does the EPA enforce NESHAP/MACT standards?
In short, the EPA sets emission standards on an industry-, chemical-, or manufacturing process-specific basis. Owners and operators at industrial facilities must conduct initial performance tests on all sources to demonstrate compliance and, throughout their operation, monitor their operating parameters. In addition, sources may be required to install and operate continuous emission monitors.
What should I expect from an EPA inspection?

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:

  • Interviewing facility personnel
  • Examining reports and records
  • Reviewing leak detection and repair methods and practices
  • Inspecting the processes that have emissions points subject to the standard sampling wastewater discharges, if applicable

Why our clients love ERA

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We like the one-on-one programming assistance

The software design is user-friendly and has a good support system to follow. The individual attention to capture all detailed information has made our reporting easier. The programming assistance and adaptability to make changes in the system makes the software a positive.
Heather Ruffner
Global HSE Program Manager, Elliot Group

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ERA has been a wonderful company to work with

ERA has satisfied all of our environmental needs in every aspect and we are thrilled to be a partner.
 
 
 
Howard Clement
Environmental H&S Manger, Leggett & Platt

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ERA software ROCKS - helps save time

ERA's programs are a HUGE life-saver for me. I'm able to get a lot of regulatory reports done in hours vs weeks. Specifically TRI, Tier II, and various emissions reports/inventories. I'm now working on adding additional modules for safety and other reports.
Gail Backus
EHS Manager, Power Service