Emission Assessments Pty Ltd

Site

Emission Assessments Pty Ltd

Accreditation No.

17108

Site No.

18688

Date of Accreditation

16 Mar 2010

Address

Unit 6, 35 Sustainable Avenue
Bibra Lake , WA 6163
Australia

emissionassessments.com.au

Contact

Mr Giacomo Collica P: +61 (08) 94942958

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Environment

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Analysis for physical and chemical characteristics Emissions - Stack Particulate matter - PM10 Classical

NSW EPA OM-5 and USEPA method 201A

Nitrogen - Oxidised Gas analyser

NSW EPA TM-11 and USEPA method 7E

Molecular weight Classical

NSW EPA TM-23

Carbon dioxide (CO2); Nitrogen - Oxidised; Oxygen Electrochemical gas analyser

USEPA CTM 030

Nitrogen - Oxidised Electrochemical gas analyser

USEPA CTM 022

Carbon dioxide (CO2) Gas analyser

NSW EPA TM-24

Carbon monoxide; Oxygen Orsat analyser

USEPA method 3B

Sulfur - Oxides; Sulfuric acid mist Direct reading instrument

NSW EPA TM-3 and USEPA method 8

Carbon monoxide; Particulate matter Gravimetric

USEPA method 202

Carbon dioxide (CO2); Nitrogen - Oxidised; Oxygen; Sulfur dioxide Gas analyser

USEPA method 20

Moisture Classical

NSW EPA TM-22 and USEPA method 4

Sulfur dioxide Gas analyser

NSW EPA TM-4; USEPA method 6 and USEPA method 6C

Particulate matter - Total Gravimetric

USEPA method 5 and USEPA method 17

Carbon monoxide Gas analyser

USEPA method 10

Carbon dioxide (CO2); Oxygen Gas analyser

USEPA method 3A

Oxygen Gas analyser

NSW EPA TM-25

Particulate matter - PM10; Particulate matter - PM2.5 Classical

USEPA OTM 27

Carbon dioxide (CO2); Nitrogen - Oxidised; Oxygen Electrochemical gas analyser

USEPA CTM 030

Particulate matter Gravimetric

AS 4323.2

Analysis of dust Dust; Filters Volume measurement Classical; Gravimetric

AS3640, AS2985, In-house LPA-02, NIOSH 7300 and NIOSH 7903

Counting of asbestos, mineral fibres (including synthetic) and organic fibres Air; Membrane filters Respirable asbestos fibres; Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Phase contrast microscopy

National Occupational Health and Safety Commission Guidance Note on the Membrane Filter Method for Estimating Airborne Asbestos Fibres NOHSC:3003 and in-house method FPH-01

Identification of asbestos, mineral fibres (including synthetic) and organic fibres Bulk samples; Non-homogenous materials (soils, dust, ores) Amosite; Chrysotile; Crocidolite; Organic fibres; Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Polarised light microscopy (including dispersion staining)

AS 4964 and in-house method LPH-01

Sample collection Air - Ambient Not applicable

USEPA TO5; USEPA TO6; USEPA TO7; USEPA TO8; USEPA TO11A; USEPA TO17

Asbestos fibres; Inhalable dust; Respirable dust; Welding fumes and gases Not applicable Classical

AS 3853.1, In-house MD 002, PR001, PR002 and PR042

Emissions - Industrial Not applicable Filter paper; Gas analyser; Grab; Impinger; Isokinetic

AS 4323.1; AS 4323.2; AS 4323.3; ASTM D6784-02; CARB 425; NSW EPA TM-1; NSW EPA TM-2; NSW EPA TM-3; NSW EPA TM-4; NSW EPA TM-5; NSW EPA TM-7; NSW EPA TM-8; NSW EPA TM-9; NSW EPA TM-11; NSW EPA1 TM-12, -13 and -14; NSW EPA TM-15; NSW EPA TM-18; NSW EPA TM-22; NSW EPA TM-23; NSW EPA TM-24; NSW EPA TM-25; OM-1; OM-3; OM-4; OM-5; OM-6;; SA EPA method 03.02; SA EPA method 03.03; SA EPA method 03.07; USEPA method 1; USEPA method 2; USEPA method 3A and B; USEPA method 4; USEPA method 5; USEPA method 6 AND 6C; USEPA method 7, 7A, 7B,7C, 7D, 7E; USEPA method 8; USEPA method 10; USEPA method 13B; USEPA method 17; USEPA method 18; USEPA method 20; USEPA method 23; USEPA method 26 and 26A; USEPA method 29; USEPA method 101A; USEPA method 201A; USEPA method 202; USEPA method 308; USEPA method SW 846 M0010; USEPA method SW 846 M0011; USEPA method SW 846 M0030; USEPA method SW 846 M0050; USEPA method SW 846 M0051; USEPA method SW 846 M0060; USEPA method SW 846 M0061; USEPA method OTM 027; USEPA method OTM-29; USEPA method CTM 022; USEPA method CTM 027; USEPA method CTM 030; USEPA method CTM 036

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