Ambient Air Monitoring2022-01-19T15:33:19-05:00

Ambient Air Monitoring

Introduction

Leading the industry with residential, industrial, and remediation air test programs with dedicated ambient monitoring equipment to ensure data quality, reproducibility, and robustness.

Enthalpy boasts a team of highly knowledgeable analysts, strategic project managers, and senior staff members capable of managing indoor and outdoor ambient air programs.

Experience with residential, industrial and remediation program objectives allows tailoring of project-specific solutions instead of “a one-size-fits-all approach” that other labs offer. We understand the challenges of collecting representative air samples and our well-rounded team makes us an industry leader.

We utilize Summa canisters for the collection of various VOCs by EPA Method TO-15 as well as petroleum hydrocarbons by EPA Method TO-14A. We are experienced in the use of PUF cartridges and XAD-2 adsorbent tubes for the collection of poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) and Semi-VOCs as required by TO-13A. Our well-maintained, up-to-date inventory of sampling equipment will keep your projects on schedule.

Enthalpy’s state-of-the-art laboratory provides some of the lowest detection limits in the industry, allowing us to help meet your project objectives with ease.

  • TO-9A
  • TO-11A
  • TO-13A
  • TO-14A
  • TO-15
  • TO-17

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Simplify and Streamline Fenceline Reporting

Companion EPA Methods 325A (sampler deployment and collection) and 325B (sampler preparation and laboratory analysis) are the work practice standards for determining airborne Benzene and select Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) using passive (diffusive) sampling tubes collected at facility property boundaries (fenceline monitoring) as well as from fugitive and area emission sources.

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