Air quality management is a critical element for the sustainable organization looking to manage regulatory exposure, environmental impacts, and overall business risk. For over 30 years, SAIC has actively applied science and engineering resources to solve a wide range of air pollution challenges from reducing fossil-fueled power plant emissions to minimizing toxic emissions from industrial operations, promoting clean transportation technologies, and supporting the development of workable clean air strategies.
Air pollution regulations around the world are getting more complicated due to increasing concerns about ground-level air quality, visibility degradation, and the impact of greenhouse gases on global climate change. SAIC's air quality engineers and scientists help our customers develop successful air quality management strategies that can achieve compliance with regulatory requirements and sustainability objectives in a cost-effective manner.
SAIC delivers effective air quality solutions whether our customer is seeking to construct new operations or optimize the environmental performance of current facilities. Our service offerings include regulatory analysis and strategic consultation, operational and transactional compliance assurance, process and emission control technology assessments, emission measurement and inventories, ambient impact analyses using advanced modeling tools, health risk assessments, ambient measurement programs and studies, and expert support related to proposed rulemaking activities.