ABOUT US

Gammie Air Monitoring LLC is a source emission measurement company servicing the United States with over 42 years of air emissions measurement experience.

Where applicable, manual EPA methods sampling and analysis will be supplemented with Continuous Emissions Monitoring (CEM) for oxides of nitrogen, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, total hydrocarbons, non-methane organic compounds, carbon dioxide, and oxygen. We have established great working relationships with several nationally recognized analytical laboratories to support our projects.

Our goal is to provide our clients with quality assured results, streamlined regulatory communications, productive pre-testing programs, informative test protocols, and concise final reports.

Gammie Air Monitoring LLC provides full service emissions testing including manual EPA methods such as:

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
Non-Methane Organic Compounds (NMOC)
VOC Capture Efficiency Determinations
Dioxins and Furans
Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH)
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB)
Multiple Metals
Particulates
Landfill Gases
Acid Gases
Air Toxics
Aldehydes

Our Team Members

Leigh A. Gammie

Performed his first stack test during his senior year (1978) on the Norwich University central heating plant.  Who remembers those green RAC module behemoths?

John S. Gammie

Started his first stack climb in 1988, rung by rung to the 250’ platform level of the tallest stack in New England (Bridgeport Harbor Station, Unit 3).

Judd F. Gammie

Brought continuous emissions monitoring to the forefront in 2014; two trailers, one portable rack, and one MAX Analytical/MKS Multigas FTIR.

Chad A. Gammie

Learned all about Pitot tube leak checks in 2010 during his first sewage sludge incinerator compliance test.

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Est. 2002A Brief History of Gammie Air

August 2002

Founding

The company is formed, incorporated in the State of Connecticut.

September 2002

First Major Multi-Year Contract

Secured multi-year contract with a western Massachusetts waste to energy company for conducting annual USEPA air emissions testing on five municipal waste combustors.

January 2004

First Overseas Compliance Test Program In Oahu, Hawaii.

Multi-disciplinary compliance emissions test program in Oahu, Hawaii.  Thermal desorption of PCB contaminated soil using a low-temperature thermal desorption system (LTTD)

February 2007

Second Overseas Compliance Test Program In Guam.

Compliance emissions test program (EPA Methods 5, 23, 29; CARB Method 428; SCAQMD M25.3) in Guam.  Thermal desorption of PCB contaminated soil using an indirect-heated thermal desorption (ITD) unit.

June 2012

Third Overseas Compliance Test Program In Guam.

Compliance emissions test program (EPA Methods 5, 23, 29; CARB Method 428; SCAQMD M25.3) in Guam.  Thermal desorption of PCB contaminated soil using an indirect-heated thermal desorption (ITD) unit.

December 2013

Contract For Second Largest Multiple Hearth Incinerator (MHI) Complex.

Contracted to perform compliance emissions testing on the second-largest multiple hearth incinerator (MHI) complex in the world.  Eight MHI were tested pursuant to USEPA Subpart LLL requirements.

May 2014

USEPA Compliance Test Programs

Conducted 51 USEPA compliance test programs for Subpart JJJJ sources throughout the greater New York City area.

April 2015

New World Headquarters

Moved GamAir world headquarters to new 3,200 square foot office and maintenance building in Newington, CT.

May 2015

Added Mobile Laboratory

Designed and built custom continuous emissions monitoring (CEM) mobile laboratory.

April 2016

Tested The First Fluidized Bed Incinerator (FBI) In The United States

Successfully compliance tested the first fluidized bed incinerator (FBI) in the United States pursuant to USEPA Subpart LLLL requirements.

January 2017

Added Second Custom Mobile Laboratory

Design-build second custom CEM mobile laboratory.

October 2019

New Advanced Testing Technology

Purchased MKS Model 2030 FTIR and Max Analytical Model ASC-10 sample interface.