Fugitive Monitoring and Reporting

Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) is regulated on the local level through rules such as the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s (SCAQMD) Rule 1173 and Rule 1176. LDAR regulations generally require facilities to monitor, repair, and report VOC leaks from fugitive components such as pumps, valves and pressure relief devices. Target industries for these regulations include:

  • Refineries
  • Chemical Plants
  • Oil and Gas Production Fields
  • Natural Gas Processing Plants
  • Pipeline Transfer Stations

Davenport Engineering’s environmental staff consists of several SCAQMD certified LDAR inspectors trained in EPA Method 21 fugitive component inspections with experience satisfying the monitoring and reporting requirements of these rules.

Whether your organization requires support with periodic on-site monitoring of components or managing facility compliance, Davenport Engineering has the capability to provide you with a staffing solution that meets your needs. Contact us today to learn more about how Davenport can be an asset to your facility’s LDAR program.

Fugitive Component