ECCI • 13000 Cantrell Rd. • Little Rock, AR  72223
Phone: (501) 975-8100

ECCI provides Air Pollution compliance permitting services


ECCI is a leading Clean Air Act firm. We specialize in Title V, PSD and minor source applications and focus on business plans, operational flexibility, and cost-effective results.


ECCI Professionals Specializing in Air Pollution Permitting and Compliance

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Stan Jorgensen, Principal, Environmental Engineer

Mr. Jorgensen has over 40 years of environmental and engineering experience. Projects have included: State air rule development, assistance to industries in Clean Air Act compliance, compliance assistance programs, environmental due diligence, and EPA Rulemaking.

University of Oklahoma, College of Engineering, BS Environmental Science


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Rod Breuer, P.E., Principal, Civil Engineer

Ever need a right arm? Someone you can always count on? "We need," "I've got it," "They want," "We'll get it." Missouri School of Mines. Green streets for Engineers week. Mr. Breuer is ECCI's Senior Civil Engineer and has the earned the Silver Medal from Whirlpool Corporation for obtaining flexible air permits. Ranger Boats, Baldor, Remington, etc. are among ECCI's other clients that Mr. Breuer has obtained air permits.

University of Missouri at Rolla, BS Civil Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla, MS Civil Engineering


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Akemi Bauer, P.E., Sr. Project Manager, Environmental Engineer

Ms. Bauer is a leading expert on completing complex computer air dispersion models, and developing cost-effective, dependable compliance monitoring programs under the Clean Air Act. She has successfully completed hundreds of Clean Air Act permit application processes. Projects have included power plants, pulp and paper mills, manufacturing of fiberglass structures, such as tanks, wind mill blades, vehicle equipment, commercial and residential hot tubs and boats, plus a wide variety of specialty coatings and adhesives users.

Nihon University in Japan, BS Applied Biology
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, MS Environmental Engineering


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Taylor Deems, E.I., Project Manager, Environmental Engineer

The complexity of the Clean Air Act actually makes every project interesting. Mr. Deems has experience in permit applications, recordkeeping and compliance demonstration, and air dispersion modeling. He attended EPA's 2015 air quality modeling conference to help explain the need for reasonable approaches to evaluate air quality impacts from new facilities. He stays active as a biker and hiker, and can't wait to attack the weekend.

University of Colorado at Boulder, BS Environmental Engineering


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Julie McCallister, Sr. Environmental Scientist

If you are an ECCI client, you eventually have a situation where Ms. McCallister is brought in to help on an emergency. "Let's figure it out and we can get it done." Ms. McCallister often works with environmental managers who handle multiple facilities. Ms. McCallister's experience with systems at industrial and manufacturing facilities include preparation of annual hazardous waste reports, air permit recordkeeping systems and spreadsheets, EPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI and Form R) Reports, and other compliance related recordkeeping system and incident documentation.

University of Central Arkansas, BS Environmental Science
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, MS Integrated Science and Mathematics


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Jeff Haynes, Sr. Environmental Scientist

Mr. Haynes is ECCI's North Arkansas office. His Bruno, Arkansas (Marion County) location allows him to save costs and respond to needs of industries in north and northwest Arkansas. Mr. Haynes has returned to ECCI on three occasions after being called to active duty. "And we're glad he did" says ECCI President Stan Jorgensen.

University of Arkansas at Little Rock, BS Environmental Health Science
United States Air Force Air University, MS Masters of Military Art and Science


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Don Kite, Project Manager, Chemical Engineer

Don Kite is ECCI's Texarkana office manager. A chemical engineer by training, Mr. Kite's successful industry experience allows him to understand the impacts of regulatory programs and identify cost-effective ways to eliminate regulatory road blocks and barriers.

Louisiana Tech University, BS Chemical Engineering


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