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The Pace Analytical Air Testing Laboratory capabilities encompass nearly every potential application of air testing or emissions monitoring. The scope of services includes testing for:

  • hazardous air pollutants (HAPS) such as:
    • volatile organic compounds
    • semi-volatiles (including dioxins/furans and PCBs)
    • air toxics
    • criteria pollutants
  • particulates

This testing is performed in support of USEPA, OSHA, and NIOSH regulatory initiatives. The Air Group at Pace Analytical has extensive experience and expertise with air monitoring applications in:

  • ambient air
  • stack gas
  • landfill gas
  • thermal treatment systems
  • vapor intrusion
  • MGP site monitoring
  • Perimeter monitoring
    • At industrial or regulatory driven remediation sites. A significant inventory of pre-cleaned and certified media is maintained at the laboratory to insure availability as needed.

Project Experience

Pace Analytical's air laboratory has extensive experience in all matrices and performs a broad range of EPA air methodologies. A brief summary of select project experience illustrates the expertise and diversity of Pace Analytical's air scientists and project management teams:

  • Perimeter Air Monitoring - Ambient air by Method TO-9, Method 325B Passive Monitoring for Benzene.
  • Incinerator Stack Monitoring - Stack sampling by Method 23.
  • Fence Line Monitoring - Ambient air by TO-14, TO-13 and PM10.
  • Wood Preserving Site - Dioxin/PCP by TO-9, TO-14 and PM10.
  • Residential Indoor Air Monitoring - by Method TO-14.
  • Solid Waste Incinerator Stack Testing - Methods 5, 26, 29, and 23.
  • Municipal Landfill - Tier 2 testing by Methods 3C, 25C and TO-14.
  • PCB Detoxification Site - by TO-9, TO-4 PCB and TO-14.
  • Natural Attenuation Products - Dissolved gases by RSK 175.
  • Soil Vapor Extraction (SVE) Systems - Methods TO-3 and T0-14.
  • School Buildings Near WTC - Dioxin in air by TO-9.
  • Indoor Air for Lifetime Risk Thresholds - by Method TO-14.
  • Thermal Oxidizer Efficiency Testing - Method TO-14 and Methane.
  • Fume Scrubber Efficiency Testing - Method 26.
  • Stack Gases - Metals by Methods 29 and 101.
  • MGP Site - Air Monitoring - Method PM10, TO-14, TO-13
  • Vapor Intrusion - Air Monitoring - Method TO-15
  • Emergency Response
  • Pipeline Releases
  • Soil Gas by Method TO-15
  • Greenhouse Gas by Method 3C