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Air Quality
Assessments

In South Africa, activities that are associated with the release of pollutants into the atmosphere are required by law to have a licence of some form. Air Quality Impact Assessments and Dispersion Modelling are essential tools used by the emitter to better understand the impact of their activities on the receiving environment and used by the regulatory body to make an informed decision regarding the approval of such licences and authorisations.

Rayten has years of experience in compiling Air Quality Impact Assessments Reports and undertaking Dispersion Modelling for a wide variety of industries and developments.

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AEL and NAEIS
reporting

Used as a tool in South Africa for managing atmospheric emissions, Atmospheric Emissions Licences (AELs) are a written authorization to build, install, and/or operate equipment that emits toxic pollutants into the atmosphere.

Rayten Engineering Solution’s vast experience in the field of air quality regulation within South Africa, places us in the forefront to assist with AEL applications and the management of reporting requirements that accompany the AEL.

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Stack Emissions Monitoring and LDAR

Amongst other reasons, Stack Emissions Monitoring is routinely undertaken to demonstrate compliance against limits outlined for permitted processes.

Rayten Engineering Solutions has over 5 years of Stack Emissions Monitoring experience. During this time, our consultants have performed stack emission tests and surveys on point sources for Southern Africa and International Clients.

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Ambient and Dust monitoring

Dust fallout is a major problem arising from various mining, industrial, construction and even farming activities. Dust fallout can have an impact on health, infrastructure and agriculture.

Dust fallout monitoring is a cost effective method to measure the amount of dust being deposited on the ground and provide information to determine effectiveness of control strategies.

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GHG Reporting and Carbon tax

In South Africa, there are regulations that require mandatory reporting of GHG emissions by the 31 March each year and payment of carbon tax in terms of the Carbon Tax Act No. 15 of 2019 by July of each year. Does your company need to report? Do you know what your carbon tax liability is? 

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Rayten Engineering Solutions has provided air quality monitoring and management services to a wide range of industries, government departments and consulting companies for the past ten years. A skilled and dedicated team of scientists, engineers and technicians work together to provide our clients with unmatched quality and objective scientific reports that meet local and international air quality legislation and ISO17025 standards.

Rayten’s Key Services In General Includex

Air quality impact assessments

LDAR monitoring

Occupational health and Environmental noise monitoring

Air quality training

AEL applications, audits and NAEIS reporting

Dust fallout monitoring

Stack emission monitoring

GHG Reporting and Carbon tax

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