Emissions + Permitting
CFR has 20 years of experience in air quality support. Air quality services include New Source Review, Title V Permitting, Emissions Reporting, and Emissions Inventory. CFR also developed proprietary software to calculate air emissions for petroleum and chemical storage tanks and pipelines. State and federal permits often require emissions reporting and calculations. CFR can calculate your air emissions for operations that require emissions to be inventoried. Our engineers a use an in-house state of the art computer program to calculate emissions. We calculate emissions for a variety of customers, from small businesses to clients that are deemed a major source by the EPA.
Health & Safety
CFR has over 25 years of industrial hygiene monitoring experience in a multitude of industries, including chemical, petroleum and general manufacturing. Our staff consists of health and safety professionals who have extensive expertise in the evaluation and control of indoor air qulaity problems.
Safety training can be overwhelming and employees are tired of hearing the same old same old. CFR can refresh your training program with training on a variety of topics, including hazard communication, personal protective equipment (PPE) including respirator fit testing, powered industrial trucks, control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout) and permit-required confined spaces to name just a few. Training can be scheduled on-site at any time that accomodates your employees shift schedules.
CFR operates like an in-house environmental professional for its clients. We provide expert guidance for a diverse range of environmental programs, including wastewater, stormwater, groundwater, air, and waste. CFR brings more than 20 years of environmental compliance expertise to support its clients. CFR supports new permit applications and compliance with existing permits. We also provide on-site response services for clients with environmental concerns.
Permitting & Compliance
Most industrial facilities require a permit to allow it to rain or even for snow to melt. The water that does not soak into the ground becomes surface runoff, which either flows directly into surface waterways or is channeled into storm sewers, which eventually discharge to surface waters. CFR is a certified storm water operator and is experienced in providing environmental compliance and monitoring support for companies required to have a storm water permit. CFR can also assist you in determining if your facility is required to have a storm water permit based upon rules in 40 CFR Part 122.26 and MDEQ permit guidance.