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CECO Emissions Testing Services offer comprehensive air quality compliance services. Our turnkey services include planning, coordinating, scheduling, state notifications, protocols, testing, quality analysis, reporting, and submittals. We routinely help our clients stay in compliance with TItle V Operating Permits (40 CFR 70 Air Operating Permits, LAC 33:III.507), 40 CFR 60, subpart JJJJ, 40 CFR 63, subpart ZZZZ, TAC 117, and Texas Permit by Rule (PBR) 106.512.

CECO ETS mobilizes the highest quality technology and technical expertise to each job - state of the art instrumentation and proven engine experts with years of experience performing air emissions compliance testing to meet EPA and state regulatory requirements. Our state of the art trailers are equipped with dual sets of analyzers, allowing two tests to be performed simultaneously. Alternatively inlet/outlet measurements can be taken for destruction efficiency calculations. We are one of the few companies that routinely mobilize equipment to every client site allowing for simultaneous inlet and outlet real time formaldehyde measurements.

Our experienced FTIR technicians and engine analysts can evaluate engine emissions as well as the mechanical health and performance of your engines. If an engine is found to be out of compliance, CECO ETS personnel can tell you why and suggest adjustments or other remedial action.

All data collected goes through CECO's extensive quality analysis program, ensuring accuracy and defensibility. Even with this rigorous post test QA/QC, we are able to get our reports into your hands in an industry leading 5 days.

All laboratories (including stack testing companies) must be accredited to work in the state of Louisiana. CECO ETS is accredited through the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) by its Louisiana Environmental Lab Accreditation Program (LELAP).

There are numerous regulations that govern the emissions from Internal Combustion Engines and Stationary Gas Turbines.

Please see Engine and Turbine Regulations below for a brief summary of the ICE & Turbine Air Regulations in Texas.