BREEZE Software is a premier provider for dispersion modeling analyses. BREEZE's core expertise in dispersion modeling is marked by superior technical proficiency in terms of understanding of procedural requirements for dispersion modeling, developing and managing complex data sets for geophysical and meteorological data inputs, and integrating technical knowledge with regulatory experience to successfully apply state-of-the-science models such as AERMOD, CALPUFF, DEGADIS, SLAB, AFTOX, INPUFF, CAMx, and CMAQ to meet our clients' strategic objectives.
By developing dispersion modeling programs, such as BREEZE AERMOD and BREEZE CALPUFF, BREEZE's expertise ranges from knowing and understanding the meteorological processes of these models, to the coded language which is the backbone of our BREEZE Software programs. Our software programs, which adhere to Microsoft standards and streamline and visualize complex dispersion modeling analyses, enable the BREEZE Software Team to enhance the effectiveness in executing modeling projects while ensuring all related modeling input/output files are 100% compatible with the U.S. EPA regulatory versions.
BREEZE Software's Team of project consultants is proficient in various dispersion modeling analyses and this expertise allows BREEZE to efficiently and cost-effectively manage the complex data resources and iterative analyses required for projects. Additionally, BREEZE's Data Team maintains, manages, and quality-assures geophysical and meteorological data sets for use in complex dispersion modeling analyses.
Singapore Environmental Consultancy and Solutions Pte Ltd (SECS) needed to determine the impacts of PM10, PM2.5, and SO2 emissions from two power plant stacks and two incineration plant stacks on a nearby proposed 90-meter-tall vehicle park. The lower 0m-60m of the vehicle park would be naturally ventilated, however, the 60m-90m range would have to be mechanically ventilated. As such, the primary concern of SECS was the impact of the pollutants from the four stacks on the drivers who park their vehicles between this 60m-90m range. BREEZE was chosen by SECS to conduct the air dispersion modeling assessment. The BREEZE Data Team processed site-specific AERMOD-ready meteorological and terrain data and used these data along with the source parameters provided by the client to run the analysis with BREEZE AERMOD. BREEZE processed the output files from the dispersion modeling runs and then developed both tabular and graphical results using the post-processing program, BREEZE 3D Analyst, to demonstrate the potential impacts due to the PM10, primary PM2.5, and SO2 emissions to SECS.