CEMSProtect Partner Program

Like many in the energy industry, you face an ever-increasing list of challenges to keep your operations running efficiently and comply with evolving air emissions regulations. ESC Spectrum’s CEMSProtect Partner Program provides services to protect your equipment and stay compliant. We understand that your CEMS needs can change regularly. Challenges can vary by quarter, and our professional staff is prepared to adjust each site visit to solve different issues.


CEMSProtect Partner Program

CEMS Challenges

CEMSProtect Solution

Over-extended technicians lack time to perform maintenance activities

We partner with you to:

  • Conduct quarterly QA activities (Linearity, CGA and more)
  • Perform preventative maintenance activities
  • Complete Opacity Filter Audits
  • Review Flow-to-Load checks
Staff turnover and senior technician retirements result in a loss of CEMS expertiseExperienced technicians provide industry-leading, hands-on training while performing your CEMS maintenance activities
Lack of resources to evaluate maintenance plan effectivenessWe work with you to evaluate your maintenance plan, make suggestions for improvement, then assist with implementation
Inability to engage in off-site training due to budget restrictions and/or COVID-19We travel to your facility and follow all required protocols to help keep you safe
Solving unusual CEMS issuesOur experienced staff has seen it all. We are highly skilled in troubleshooting reoccurring and unusual problems
No backup staff for unplanned eventsWe have staff ready to help you when you need it
Lack of ad-hoc expertise for CEMS issuesAccess to 24/7 phone support from qualified technicians
Changing CEMS service needsWe dynamically adjust each visit according to your changing
needs and tailor to your site and equipment

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The EPA’s Good Neighbor Plan – Response to Judicial Stays

On July 31, 2023, the US EPA issued a final action to address emission sources affected by judicial stays of the Good Neighbor Plan in the following states: Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Texas. Read our article to learn more about how these final actions might affect your facility.

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