1050 William Pitt Way - Pittsburgh, PA 15238 - 412-826-3636(T) | 412-826-3640(F)

logo ACCI provides comprehensive air quality and environmental compliance services.  Our experience is broad and includes stack testing (QSTI certified), permitting, emission control equipment analysis, CEM reporting and equipment specification, facility security plans, indoor and ambient air sampling, dispersion modeling, and regulatory assessments.  We strive to provide our clients with the best value for their Environmental dollar by keeping quality high and overhead low.

Regulatory Update for Stack Testing Methods

"This action promulgates technical and editorial corrections for source testing of emissions and operations. These revisions will improve the quality of data and will give testers additional flexibility to use the newly approved alternative procedures"

This final rule is effective February 27, 2014.
Click the link below to view these updates:

Revisions to Test Methods and Testing Regulations

ACCI Can Help with Your Environmental Reporting

ACCI has many experts and lots of experience in completing your air emission surveys, annual/semi-annual compliance reports, NESHAP/MACT reporting, SARA Tier II reports, hazardous waste biennial reports and CEMS quarterly reports. 

Contact us if you need assistance: 
412-826-3636 or

ACCI has received an Interim Accreditation through the Stack Testing Accreditation Council (STAC). STAC  has developed and administers a program to accredit stack testing companies to the ASTM D7036 competency standard.  The Interim Accreditation establishes that ACCI has demonstrated that we have in place a Quality Management System that conforms to ASTM D7036. This standard assesses the overall ability of a stack testing company to deliver data of known and documented quality on a consistent basis regardless of the test method. Interim accredited firms enjoy the same benefits as accredited firms. 

In the News:

Attention Major Sources of Air Pollutants located in Allegheny County

Your site may be subject to a
Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT)
submittal to ACHD by February 2, 2014

"Allegheny County was designated non-attainment for the eight-hour ozone standard. According to 40 CFR Part 51, all major sources of nitrogen oxides (NOx potential emissions of 100 tons per year or quarter) and all major sources of volatile organic compounds (VOC potential emissions of 50 tons per year or greater) are required to reevaluate NOx and/or VOC RACT for incorporation into Allegheny County's portion of the PA State Implementation Plan (SIP). On June 6, 2013, the EPA proposed 2008 Ozone SIP requirements and is requiring the Allegheny County Health Department's Air Quality Program to reevaluate NOx and/or VOC RACT for the eight-hour ozone NAAQS."

Sources subject to the Area Source Boiler GACT - 40 CFR,
Part 63, Subpart JJJJJJ
Compliance dates are quickly approaching

Existing affected boilers must be in compliance with work practices, management practices, emission limits, and energy assessment requirements before . . .

March 21, 2014

ACCI is your “GO TO” Consultant
For Natural Gas Industry Support Services

Click here to review samples of recent permitting, sampling and testing support services that have been provided to natural gas clients by the staff of ACCI.

ACCI's Mission . . . . . .

is to provide responsive service and quality products to solve difficult environmental challenges and to help our clients understand and meet complex regulatory requirements. We believe we differ from our competitors by our broader experience, our higher skill level, and our quality assured approach.

Jill W. Merrill, President

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