Focus Environmental2018-08-02T21:30:59+00:00
Welcome to Focus Environmental, Inc.
A leader in providing process engineering, training, consulting, permitting, & other regulatory compliance services
Focus Environmental, Inc., established in 1988, specializes in providing process engineering and regulatory compliance services in the areas of hazardous waste thermal treatment, air permitting, air pollution control, contaminated soil remediation, and hazardous waste management. In addition, Focus provides regulatory, compliance, and engineering services to the FDA regulated industries.
Air Emission Testing & Test Management
Environmental Regulatory Compliance
Combustion, Thermal Treatment, & Air Pollution Control Engineering
Environmental Remediation Management
Thermal Desorption Remediation
Process Engineering
Focus Environmental is located at 4700 Papermill Drive in Knoxville, Tennessee.

A&WMA Webinar – PFAS Analytical Methods – A Detailed Review of Air Emission and Non-Potable Water Test Methods – Wednesday, July 24, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

As the regulatory framework to address PFAS in the environment continues to develop, so do the analytical methods used to detect nano-level quantities from all media. This webinar will provide a detailed review of stationary source analytical methods for air emissions Other Test Method (OTM) 45 and OTM 50 for volatile fluorinated compounds (VFCs). Speakers will also review non-potable water Test Methods 1633 and 8327. 

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Call for Abstracts – due June 7 / Freight & Environment: Ports of Entry / September 30 – October 1, 2024 – Corpus Christi, TX

This conference will explore many solutions to reduce the environmental impacts of all freight transportation, focusing on air quality, noise, climate change, and sustainability.

The technical program will include panel discussions of experts in the field and forward-looking presentations on reducing environmental impacts from experts in industry, consulting, government, and academia. The conference will bring together an international community of scientists, regulators, practitioners, and students to share ways to make freight more sustainable.

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