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Court Tells EPA to Review “Arbitrary” Emissions Standard for Industrial Boilers

Court Tells EPA to Review “Arbitrary” Emissions Standard for Industrial Boilers

A federal appeals court has ruled that the EPA's emission standards for industrial, commercial and institutional boilers are “arbitrary and capricious.”

Blog

Apr 10th, 2018

by Neel Kotra John Bacon

topic Air

EPA Revamps Emissions Calculus for New Source Review Process

EPA Revamps Emissions Calculus for New Source Review Process
David Seitz, PE

The EPA is changing the way it quantifies emissions for new projects under the Clean Air Act.

Blog

Mar 21st, 2018

by David Seitz, PE

topic Permitting and Licensing Air

Wood Product Manufacturers Have Just Weeks to Submit Emissions Information to the EPA

Wood Product Manufacturers Have Just Weeks to Submit Emissions Information to the EPA
Ashley Korrer

Time is running out for wood product manufacturers to submit emissions information to the EPA. Here's everything you need to know to meet the February 9 deadline.

Blog

Jan 3rd, 2018

by Ashley Korrer

topic Air Environmental

industry Industrial

What You Need to Know about OSHA’s New Rules on Crystalline Silica Dust

What You Need to Know about OSHA’s New Rules on Crystalline Silica Dust
Michelle Campbell

New OSHA regulations to protect construction workers from crystalline silica dust are now in effect. TRC explains the new rules, examines what’s next for workers in other industries and provides a handy downloadable fact sheet that spells out the key information.

Blog

Oct 17th, 2017

by Michelle Campbell

topic Buildings Air

5 Tips to Help Restore Ambient Monitoring Operations Following a Natural Disaster

5 Tips to Help Restore Ambient Monitoring Operations Following a Natural Disaster
Kyle Hunt

Many facilities that need to monitor air quality have been hard hit by the spate of hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico this year. Here are 5 tips to help operators get monitoring stations up and running again in order to stay compliant with state and federal regulations.

Blog

Oct 10th, 2017

by Kyle Hunt

topics Air

industries Generation Industrial Oil and Gas Utilities

When the Worst Isn’t Worst: Modeling the Risks of Hazardous Chemical Releases

When the Worst Isn’t Worst: Modeling the Risks of Hazardous Chemical Releases

What if the current standard “worst-case scenario” used for evaluating the human and environmental risks of hazardous compound releases is actually less frequent–and potentially less severe–than the actual true worst-case scenario?

Blog

Jun 26th, 2017

topic Environmental Air

Striving for Insignificance: A Review of EPA'S Ozone and PM2.5 Significance Thresholds

Striving for Insignificance: A Review of EPA'S Ozone and PM2.5 Significance Thresholds
Matthew Jones

EPA's thresholds for ozone and fine particulate matter serve as a critical measure of significance in air quality modeling for projects requiring a PSD level review of air emissions, so it is important to understand what the recommendation means.

Blog

Sep 20th, 2016

by Matthew Jones

topic Air

industry Industrial

Engineering Performance Emissions Testing for Process Improvement and Cost Reduction

Engineering Performance Emissions Testing for Process Improvement and Cost Reduction
​Tom Dunder, Ph.D.

Engineering performance emission testing can do more for your business than just meet legal requirements and mitigate risks. Three tests in particular can have significant economic benefits across industries.

Blog

Jul 18th, 2016

by ​Tom Dunder, Ph.D.

topics Air

industries Generation Industrial Oil and Gas Utilities

Article

Jul 7th, 2016

by Rick Krenzke

topics Air

industries Generation Industrial Utilities

EPA to Include CERCLA Sites and RCRA Facilities in Site Remediation NESHAP

EPA to Include CERCLA Sites and RCRA Facilities in Site Remediation NESHAP

EPA has published a proposed rule that would extend the requirements of the Site Remediation National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regulations to previously exempt soil and groundwater remediation activities under CERCLA and RCRA.

Regulatory Update

Jun 23rd, 2016

by Stephen Ellingson ​Gale Hoffnagle, CCM, QEP

topics Remediation Air

industries Commercial Financial Generation Government Industrial Oil and Gas Utilities

News & Events

Apr 24 2018

Coal Combustion Residuals Conference 2018

TRC is pleased to be a Gold Sponsor of the 2018 Coal Combustion Residuals Conference. Learning outcomes include CCR regulations, ash closure plans, and remediation issues through educational workshops

Press Release
Apr 18th, 2018

Santa Monica Footbridge Project Wins ASCE Award

LOWELL, Mass. – TRC Companies Inc., a leader in engineering, environmental consulting and construction-management services, is pleased to announce the Idaho Avenue Pedestrian Overcrossing Bridge in Sa

Press Release
Apr 3rd, 2018

TRC Promotes Marc Faecher to Chief Risk Officer

LOWELL, Mass. – TRC Companies Inc., a leader in engineering, environmental consulting and construction-management services, announced today that it has promoted Marc Faecher to the position of Chief R

Press Release
Mar 20th, 2018

TRC Awarded $35 Million Hazardous Waste Management Contract by L.A. Metro

LOWELL, Mass. – TRC Companies Inc., a leader in engineering, environmental consulting and construction-management services, has been chosen by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Author

Press Release
Mar 14th, 2018

TRC Welcomes New VP of Business Development for Oil and Gas Market Sector

LOWELL, Mass. – TRC Companies Inc., a leader in engineering, environmental consulting and construction-management services, announced today that it has hired Dany Jew as vice president of business dev

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