Air quality experts at RHP couple field and lab exposure monitoring and modeling of indoor and outdoor air pollutants with toxics to develop site specific risk assessments. RHP tailors risk management measures, providing clients with opportunities to better understand community impacts and occupational exposure limits (OELs) related to air toxic chemical emissions arising from controlled and fugitive sources within your facility or neighboring facilities that may affect your workforce, the community, or the environment.

The air toxics group at RHP can assist with utilization of regulatory accepted air quality models for modeling controlled and fugitive chemical releases and community exposures for submission of pre-manufacturing notices and TSCA test orders and demonstrating compliance with state and federal air quality regulations and determining the placement of air toxics fence line monitors. RHP scientists can also design and implement indoor air modeling and exposure simulation studies, using a combination of toxicology, industrial hygiene, exposure assessment, and epidemiology to support development of occupational exposure limits (OELs).