Resource Library

Welcome to our resource library. Here you can locate useful information to read online or download for later user. We include articles written by our engineers and regulatory specialists, job aids, case studies, links to view past webinars, presentation slides from our semi-annual user group meetings and other events.

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Learn the details about MATS calculations in relation to 30-day average calculations and EDR reporting data.


Tips and information regarding the transition to more electronic reporting through ECMPS.


Finishing the Transition for UG MATS Reporting .


With both continuous and sorbent trap systems installed on ten coal fired stacks, LG&E and KU are in a unique position to compare the performance between each Mercury monitoring system.


A look at operating days and how they are different than Part 75 - also a look at the PM Downtime Report and the significance of 1-hour vs. 30-day intervals.


The purpose of this article is to make you aware of the status of the MATS final rule and what this could mean for your facility.


A central point of reference for the MATS Resources that ESC has to offer.


A report which outlines how CEMS data are averaged under the MATS Rule. Prepared by Steve Norfleet of RMB Consulting for ESC.


The ESC MATS Q&A Collection provides you with information that our Regulatory specialists have received in response to questions about MATS regulations.


A collection of documents that you can use as a starting point for your current internal procedures and practices to support on-going MATS activities.


This is a step-by-step guidance document to assist you in reviewing the changes you may need to make to your Monitoring Plan in order to indicate how you plan to comply with MATS.


Keep on top of Sorbent Traps! Come learn about how our Sorbent Trap solution works, and keep informed on the latest enhancements.


Recording for the webinar Sorbent Traps in StackVision Version 5.1 presented by Jack Flynn


Over the years, you’ve probably made many changes to the CEM systems, the pollution control equipment at your plant (added scrubbers and SCRs for example) and maybe changed fuels (coal to gas)...


This document provides notes that were taken during the conference call for the MATS Electronic Reporting Workgroup on July 21, 2016.


These new MATS Reports will make it easier to troubleshoot and report your MATS Averages.