LEHDER’s Emissions Testing Team is one of the largest and most experienced in Canada, recognized by Canadian and U.S. regulatory agencies.
Although tailored to provide high-grade industrial emissions testing services for compliance purposes, many projects conducted by LEHDER are related to the development of process-specific pollutant emission factors for various inventories and Approval applications. These large projects often involve simultaneous testing and the deployment of multiple field crews.
LEHDER's comprehensive Air Quality Management services also include Odor Investigations, Dispersion Modeling and Applications for Licenses, Permits and Environmental Compliance Approvals.
The LEHDER Emissions Testing Team
LEHDER’s Emissions Testing Team is one of the largest and most experienced in Canada and is recognized by several Canadian and U.S. regulatory agencies. Our highly skilled team coupled with LEHDER's field resources provide you with cohesive, professional Emissions Testing support.
Compliance Emissions Testing
Compliance Emissions Testing (CET) is typically a requirement of an approval, operating permit or pertinent regulation. A test protocol or "intent to test" must be completed by the testing firm and submitted to the appropriate regulatory agency for review and acceptance.
Continuous Emissions Monitoring
CEM programs are performed to evaluate process performance and efficiency over time in addition to regulatory compliance. Changes in process operation, which effect emissions, are indicated immediately by the CEM system; simultaneous manual flow measurements allow you the ability to calculate emission rates in real time.
Gas Turbine Tuning and Performance Guarantee Testing
With the recent initiatives for cleaner sources of energy, a large number of Natural Gas Fired Power Plants are being constructed. While these facilities are being commissioned, LEHDER provides required services such as Gas Turbine Tuning and Performance Guarantee Testing.
RATA - Relative Accuracy Test Audit
With new regulations involving emissions trading and reporting, the validity of facility emission data is extremely important. A RATA or Relative Accuracy Test Audit compares data from a facility Continuous Emissions Monitor (CEM) system to independent Reference Method data.