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Colorado Enclosed Combustor (ECD) Testing

On October 31, 2022, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Air Pollution Control Division (APCD) issued Version 1 of their enclosed combustion device (ECD) performance test protocol. The public comments and CDPHE-APCD responses have also been published.

This protocol outlines general procedures for measuring the control efficiency of ECDs. Erthwrks public comments aimed to remove unnecessary testing requirements and broaden acceptable methods to meet the necessary requirements of Regulation Number 7, Part D, Section II.B.2.h (only).  Erthwrks has decades of ECD testing experience and their subject matter experts are available to assist operators to comply with these new requirements, as well as any additional facility permit requirements.

With a centrally located office in Denver, our team has access to the equipment, expertise, and experience to be your compliance partner.

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Erthwrks provides:

  • Pre-test site walkthroughs
  • All pre-test and post-test notifications
  • Mobilization of equipment and experienced personnel
    • Temporary flowmeter(s)
    • Temporary combustion chamber thermocouple
  • On-site data analysis
  • Same day results
  • Testing and data reduction
  • Formal electronic test report
  • Manlift provided by Erthwrks

All field activities, communication, and reporting will be completed according to the APCD Compliance Test Manual and Regulation Number 7, Part D, Section II.B.2.h (only).

If you have any questions about testing procedures, or require pricing, please contact our support staff at ColoradoECD@erthwrks.com or 888-573-9994.

Serving various industries worldwide, Erthwrks provides professional environmental air emissions testing audits (stack testing) and consulting services.