AIR PERMIT COMPLIANCE SERVICES
An industrial biomass energy facility had air permit compliance issues relating back to initial permitting of its facility. Pinnacle Engineering (Pinnacle) became involved with the client during stack testing of the source, which showed that SO2 emissions were much higher than predicted and originally permitted. Pinnacle was contracted to provide engineering services, air permitting related services, and air dispersion modeling services.
AIR PERMITTING WASTE COMPOSITION STUDY
A medical waste combustor is required to undergo a waste composition study every five years as a requirement of its air emission permit under MN Rule 7007.0501, Subpart 2. The study requirements include performing a fractional analysis, proximate analysis, ultimate analysis, and heat value evaluation of the medical waste processed by the facility.