Geosyntec aids clients in determining the performance and cost of air pollution control techniques designed to reduce or eliminate their emissions of potentially hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and controlled air toxics from industrial and commercial sources.
Our air practitioners offer decades of experience in the measurement and mitigation of adverse environmental and ecological effects caused by HAPs regulated under the Clean Air Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and the Toxic Substances Control Act in the United States. We have addressed client challenges at major and area sources across the country involving air toxics such as benzene, perchlorethlyene, and methylene chloride, to name just a few.
Geosyntec's scientists and engineers employ advanced solutions to identify emission stream characteristics from stationary sources such as factories, refineries, and power plants, as well as from indoor sources, such as building materials and industrial operations. We then advise clients as they select and implement the best mitigation and control systems for their facilities and provide permitting assistance under federal, state, and local air construction and operating permit programs.
Geosyntec practitioners have expertise in process design as well as air pollution control technology design that enables us to develop strategic approaches to complex, multi-pollutant emission issues. Our process engineering and air pollution control technology experts provide clients with a balanced approach to their plant operations.