Calvin Consulting performs air quality dispersion modelling and related services for industrial site and equipment operators. Modelling starts with obtaining facility and neighbouring site data, ambient information, such as local weather and terrain data. We then use a regulator-sanctioned model to predict impacts of facility operations and/or any proposed changes to operations on the air quality in the vicinity of the facility. This process is frequently required in obtaining government approval or permits for using the equipment on these sites. If air monitoring is required, Calvin Consulting also designs plans for satisfying these requirements.
Calvin Consulting provides some of the most experienced air quality dispersion meteorologists and modellers in Canada. Three of our five Principal Consultants have more than 85 years of combined dispersion modelling experience. We also have been hired to train personnel at Alberta Environment and Parks, the Alberta Energy Regulator and Environment Canada in this science and modelling methodology.
Calvin Consulting prepares regulatory applications for approvals, performs environmental and regulatory compliance audits and completes air emissions reporting. The completion of these reports needs air emissions inventories, and many types of reporting are required. Here are the most common examples:
· National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI)
· Federal Greenhouse Gas Reporting (GHG)
· Specified Gas Emitters Regulation (SGER)
· Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations (MSAPR)
· Annual Emissions Inventory Report (AEIR)