Air Emissions Inventory for Adelphi University
We performed an assessment and "tune-up" to ensure that the campus was compliant with new air emissions standards for hazardous pollutants.

We assisted Adelphi University with air emissions compliance with respect to the new national emissions standards for hazardous air pollutants (NESHAPs) Subpart JJJJJJ regulations for the University’s campus.

Our role was to ensure the university met the new NESHAPs requirements by providing an initial notification to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, performing a one-time energy assessment and initial tune-up with submittal of compliance to the respective agency on time.

Services: Environmental Compliance, Industrial Hygiene
Industry: Education
  • PWGC performed an on-site audit to inventory air emissions sources that included boilers, heaters, generators and non-combustion sources that may be at the facility, which may include storage tanks, refrigerant carrying equipment and laboratory hoods. PWGC reviewed applicable air emissions documentation on file such as fuel usage records and available figures locating emissions sources. A list of boilers and generators had been provided and PWGC verified the list and added information including dates of installation, which were required for regulatory compliance review.
  • The NYSDEC regulatory air requirements are based on a three-tiered permitting system: Title V permit, State Facility Permit, and a Registration required for minor sources.
  • PWGC provided on call assistance to keep Adelphi University abreast and maintain compliance with air regulations.
  • PWGC prepared a report detailing the services performed.
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