Guide to Subpart IIII Published by Environmental Source Samplers, Inc.

Subpart IIII refers to the NSPS for Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Units (CI ICE). ESS recently published a guide to help business owners and managers better understand the requirements of the Subpart IIII standards.
Nov. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- Environmental Source Samplers, Inc. (ESS) an environmental consulting firm specializing in source emissions testing both nationally and internationally, has recently published a guide to Subpart IIII, the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) for Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Units (CI ICE).  They had previously published a guide relating to Subparts JJJJ and ZZZZ for Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (RICE).

The guides can be accessed at these links: and

The guides for Subparts IIII, JJJJ, and ZZZZ help identify the engines that are affected by these rules and the requirements of the Subparts standards, particularly as they relate to performance testing.  They also help explain the stack testing compliance standards for the engines and the methods used to demonstrate compliance.

ESS specializes in stack testing for compliance with EPA laws and regulations for a range of industries from pulp and paper, to power generation, manufacturing, cement, and more.  The company is based in Wilmington, North Carolina and their teams of professional technicians are among the most knowledgeable and experienced air quality testing experts in the nation.  They perform stack testing for companies nationwide for EPA compliance as well as internationally for compliance with government enforced environmental protection.

The team at ESS strives to provide the best resources and information possible to clients and potential clients.  Their blog and website are updated consistently with comprehensive information regarding their services and the latest news and articles from the EPA.  ESS highly recommends that companies partner with a stack testing specialist that is reliable and knowledgeable regarding the many new emissions requirements being promulgated by the EPA and state governments.

To learn more about ESS, visit or call directly at 910-799-1055.
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