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Utilities

Do you need to keep your utility company up to date with the latest legislation from stack emissions monitoring, pipe repairs and new mains to ambient air and odour monitoring?

Let us do the hard work for you, we can even liaise with the Environment Agency and your Local Authority on your behalf.

As an award winning water and waste water provider, you can benefit from our expertise and skills to make sure you receive the most cost effective and cost efficient for your utility company.

STACK EMISSIONS MONITORING.
To meet the demanding requirements of your permits issued under the Environmental Permitting Regulations (EPR), you’ll need a team of experts on hand.

Take the hassle out of a wide range of monitoring including compliance, EN 14181 QAL 2 and AST, fuel trials, process investigation, commissioning and Bio-aerosol testing.

We can advise on the latest monitoring standards and we will be happy to provide assistance during your EA Operator Monitoring Assessment (OMA) visits.

AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING
To show compliance against your permit conditions or for variations to existing industrial permits, including submission of Environmental Statements as part of Environmental Impact Assessment, you need accurate measurements during the planning stages and construction of new works.
Don’t let poor air quality trigger complaints from local communities.
If you need to carry out investigations to find the extent of your air quality issues, we’re on hand to offer;

• Industrial source and boundary assessments.
• Assessment for new residential developments.
• Road traffic air quality screening (DMRB).
• Baseline air quality monitoring.
• Odour and speciation assessments.
• Indoor air quality assessments.
• Dispersion modelling using AERMOD for air quality and odour.
Our reports are provided in a clear, concise format based on the appropriate standards and guidance.

ODOUR ASSESSMENT AND MODELLING
Proposed and existing works often require some form of odour assessment to be submitted to their regulatory body to make sure they are compliant with IPPC/EPR.

Odour can also trigger complaints from local communities and investigations may be required to determine the extent of the issue.

Let us assess the impact of odours at the planning application stage and advice on mitigation measures and continuing effective management to meet planning conditions.

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Safecontractor
Constructionline
PICS
AFAQ UKAS
MCERTS
Achilles
CHAS
Legionella Control Association
UKAS