Ancillary Equipment Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) Program
According to Ohio GP-12 Permit, Section 5, subsection C, Paragraph (2)
The permittee shall develop and implement a leak detection and repair program…
• ECT Services will work with your company to develop and implement a program that co-vers all areas; leak detection, quantification and documentation of all the test results. Using GuideWare LDAR software we will compile and maintain your records on our secure server. The Operator and any designee will have full access to view the results of the in-spection and video of the leaking component(s).
Ancillary Equipment LDAR Program Utilizing FLIR Camera
According to Ohio GP-12 Permit, Section 5, subsection D, Paragraph (2)
Leaks shall be determined by visually observing each ancillary component through the FLIR camera…..
• ECT Services with its certified technicians will inspect each facility or well site with an op-tical gas imaging camera for any fugitive emissions leaking from your equipment. Tag-ging any leaking component with a unique identifier that will allow for a company technician to make the necessary repairs to the equipment.
Ancillary Equipment LDAR Program Utilizing a Method 21 Analyzer
According to Ohio GP-12 Permit, Section 5, subsection D, Paragraph (3)
Leaks shall be measured utilizing US EPA Method 21 Analyzer....
• ECT Services will detect all leaks with the FLIR camera and immediately quantify the leak with our Toxic Vapor Analyzer (TVA2020). The results of the inspection will be recorded using GuideWare Mobile Software and directly uploaded into the secure database for your review.
According to Ohio GP-12 Permit, Section 5, subsection E
The permittee shall submit an annual Permit Evaluation Report (PER) to the Ohio EPA…
• With the use of our GuideWare software you are able to compile the results from the pre-vious years testing and customize a report of the specific data you need to file with the EPA. Software can be customized to simplify this process.