PRLog - March 29, 2012 - WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Environmental Source Samplers, Inc., a stack testing and air testing firm out of Wilmington, North Carolina, has announced that it will be mobilizing to Hungary for another emission testing project, this time at an Ethanol-producing facility in the area of Dunafoldvar.
Environmental Source Samplers, Inc.
The Hungarian based client contacted ESS after discovering an ESS blog post, International Stack Testing - Challenges and Solutions, in which ESS staff discuss some of the special circumstances and potential challenges that are encountered while conducting stack testing outside of the domestic USA.
This international project poses several challenges of its own, including a severely truncated planning and mobilization schedule. The initial client schedule was to move forward in late May. However, due to operational constraints, this has been moved forward by over a month, and the time from award-date and confirmation of the project to actually conducting the work has shrunk to three weeks. Knowing that changes of this nature are sometimes to be expected in international stack testing projects, ESS has drawn upon its past experience mobilizing to international locations - such as Hong Kong, the Dominican Republic, and other locations in Europe - and utilized its established network of reliable vendors to ensure an efficient and effective mobilization free from errors or mistakes.
ESS will be mobilizing to Hungary the week of April 13, 2012, and anticipates another successful execution of international work.
Founded in 1979, ESS has been performing industrial air quality testing since that time, and has developed into a leader within the field. ESS utilizes modern, consistently maintained equipment to conduct its stack testing services throughout the U.S. and abroad. They are qualified to conduct a wide range of EPA test methodologies among various air emissions sources and industries. ESS clients have easy access to the reliable and accurate reporting of stack test results through a secure online client portal.
To learn more about the air quality and stack testing services offered by ESS, visit http://www.ESSKnowsAir.com and http://www.ESSKnowsAir-
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About Environmental Source Samplers, Inc.: Brian Mellor works with Environmental Source Samplers, Inc. (ESS), an environmental consulting firm specializing in stack testing, CEMS Testing, and EPA air emissions compliance. ESS has conducted international stack testing projects at Johnson Atoll, in the Philippines, the Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, and various parts of Europe. If you need a team that will do your international job with efficiency and effectiveness, call ESS at (910) 799-1055 or visit http://www.ESSKnowsAir.com.