SOURCE EMISSION TESTING

Our team of specialists can provide specialized source emission testing for the following methods:

Isokinetic sampling:

  • USEPA method 5/17 – Determination of particulate matter emissions from stationary sources

  • USEPA method 8 – Determination of sulfuric acid and sulfur dioxide from stationary sources

  • USEPA method 11 – Sampling for selected Aldehydes and Ketones

  • USEPA method 13B – Determination of Total fluorides from stationary sources

  • USEPA method 23 – Determination of polychlorinated Dibenzo-p-dioxins and Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans from waste combustion processes

  • USEPA method 26 – Determination of hydrogen halides and halogens emissions from stationary sources

  • USEPA method 29 – determination of metal emissions

  • Method 429: Determination of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) Emissions from Stationary Sources


Anisokinetic sampling:

  • USEPA method 6 – Determination of sulfur dioxide from stationary sources

  • USEPA method 7 – Determination of nitrogen oxide emissions from stationary sources

  • CTM method 27 – Determination of ammonia from stationary sources

  • USEPA method 26 – Determination of hydrogen halides and halogens emissions from stationary sources

  • EN 50379-2:2004 – Determination of combustion gases using gas analyser


Tedlar bags-grab sample (Anisokinetic sampling)

  • H2S – Hydrogen sulphide

  • TVOC - Total Volatile Organic Compounds

  • HCN – Hydrogen cyanide


Lab analysis of samples taken using USEPA method 5/17

  • Full metal scan on filter and dust -  ICP-AES

  • Particle size distribution (PSD)

  • Total Suspended and Dissolved Solids (TSS/TDS)


Carbon footprint studies can also be performed on request.