Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) plans are a vital part of any facility’s Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS). These plans are required by the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and a facility without one could be subject to a Notice of Violation (NOV).
Did you know these plans need to be reviewed yearly for accuracy? How would you know if anything in your outdated QA/QC plan needs updating to current CFR guidelines? This is where Reliant’s team of technical writers and regulatory experts help keep your facility’s QA/QC plan in compliance.
Reliant has the knowledge of what CEMS requirements your site will be required to comply with, and what practices or maintenance your installed CEM equipment should need for reliability.
The goals of these plans are to outline quality assurance and quality control procedures that will be implemented to ensure that the quality of the CEMS data will meet federal, state and local regulations. These regulations mandate minimum requirements for the control and assessment of the quality of CEMS data. Procedures are designed to maximize CEMS up-time and data quality, and periodically assess data accuracy.