Learn more about Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and how using a Data Acquisition System can help you stay in compliance.
The 2007 EPA 40 CFR Part 60 permits’ rule about chemical process plants changed ethanol regulations for CEMS. After 15 years since this rule change, it could be time to update your ethanol plant’s emission monitoring system and possibly look for a DAS that helps comply with 40 CFR Part 60 regulations.
The purpose of a FAT is to verify that equipment/software for a new project is working properly prior to installation. While FATs are not required, they are certainly a very important step in ensuring a successful project.
Once the fourth quarter’s reporting window has closed, there is finally an opportunity to reflect on the past year. We compiled a list of air compliance lessons learned, based on customers’ feedback.
Load Analysis Errors are usually discovered after a RATA test has been conducted and can lead to hundreds of hours of invalid data. To avoid this error at your facility, learn about some of our best practices to consider when planning your next RATA test.
The 8864 Data Controller Firmware v6.02.r60 includes a number of new features that enhance its usability and reliability.
ESC Spectrum Expands Product and Service Offerings and Regional Reach with Acquisition of Control Analytics, Inc.
ESC Spectrum, industry leader in air emissions monitoring and compliance, has acquired Control Analytics, Inc. Control Analytics provides continuous emissions and process monitoring systems and services to a variety of industries. The acquired company is located near Pittsburgh, PA., and will operate as Control Analytics, an ESC Spectrum company.
Learn more about the activities required for 40 CFR Part 60/63 and 40 CFR Part 75 reporting and how ESC Spectrum can help!
ESC Spectrum Expands Thought Leadership in Regulatory Realm with Launch of “The Source” Air Emissions Compliance Blog
After 50 years in the emissions compliance industry, ESC Spectrum launched “The Source” blog. The Source seeks to offer advice and explanations regarding air emissions compliance based on ESC Spectrum’s decades of experience.
January is the busiest time of the year in the CEMS world for many reasons. The holiday season interrupts the day-to-day life and makes preparation for future activities more difficult. On top of that, January isn’t just a reporting month, but the reporting month; not only do you have to prepare quarterly reports, but also semiannual monitoring reports for Title V operating periods, and annual compliance reports. For most of the people involved in preparing and submitting these series of reports exhale a big breath of relief when it is finally done — but what’s next?
January is the perfect time for organizing – from straightening your closet to cleaning up your desktop to following resolutions to stay on top of reviewing your CEMS data. There are many data points to track at different times of the year. To help make this process easier, we’ve created a series of CEMS Data Review Checklists to keep it all straight.
ESC Spectrum Expands Product and Service Offerings, Testing Capabilities, Regional Reach with Acquisition of Monitoring Solutions
ESC Spectrum, an industry leader in air emissions monitoring and compliance, has acquired Monitoring Solutions, further growing the company’s footprint in the Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEM) market. The acquired company will operate as Monitoring Solutions, an ESC Spectrum Company. Monitoring Solutions has been helping customers meet demands for air pollution monitoring and reporting due to Part 60 and Part 75 regulatory requirements since 1997.