assessments. Mr. Hauser is experienced conducting odor studies of composting, landfill, and wastewater treatment plant operations. He has surveyed facilities to identify sources of interest, collected field samples of odorous emissions, developed odor emission profiles based on odor concentrations and odor flow rates, and conducted dispersion modeling to predict odor concentrations at or beyond the facility’s property boundary. He also provides health risk assessments for aerospace, manufacturing, wastewater treatment, and oil and gas facilities.
For the oil and gas industry, Mr. Hauser has completed Air toxic, criteria pollutant, and GHG emission inventories; Dispersion modeling for air quality impacts, plume visibility, HRAs, and QRAs; HRAs for production and remediation operations; QRAs for trucking, pipeline, and production operations; Pipeline management plans (PMPs) and SPCC Plans; and Title V semi-annual compliance reports and Title V renewal applications
Mr. Hauser is currently helping clients comply with the greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations including mandatory reporting under California’s AB-32 regulation and EPA’s 40 CFR 98 regulation. In addition, Mr. Hauser supports SCS Tracer’s Risk Management and Safety Group. Within the Risk Group, Mr. Hauser has developed several California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Programs, Risk Management Plans (RMPs), and Process Safety Management (PSM) programs for industrial clientele using acutely hazardous materials. His risk management experience includes preparing piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs) for Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) studies, serving as HAZOP Quality Control and HAZOP Recorder, performing Hazard Analyses and Off-site Consequence Analyses, and developing documentation according to the specific requirements of Administering Agencies.