Michael J. Krall

Vice President, Technical

Mr. Michael J Krall’s position as a Vice President – Technical for Montrose Air Quality Services includes over 37 years of technical expertise focusing on hazardous waste combustion, as well as leadership and management experience. Previously, he was a National Business Development Leader and a Project Director for TRC’s Air Measurements Practice located in Austin, Texas. In these roles, Mike was responsible for national business development and marketing, and large-scale project management involving waste combustion and petrochemical clients. Prior to those roles, he served as practice leader for the Central Region of the Air Measurements Practice, overseeing the operations of 7 offices comprised of approximately 80 staff.

Prior to his TRC experience, Mike supervised Radian Corporation/URS’s source testing business unit in Austin, Texas. He was primarily responsible for its operation and financial performance, as well as the overall growth of the business. Beginning at Radian in 1980, he steadily contributed to the success of the organization and continued to assume larger management roles that eventually led to the leader position of the source testing unit.

Mike received his BS in Chemistry from the State University of New York at Oswego in 1979. He and his wife Veronica, reside in Austin, Texas with their 2 dogs, and are currently having fun with the purchase of a new home.


Krall, M., “Practical Experience Using the Emission Testing Methods Included in the Hazardous Waste Combustor MACT (Special Focus on Sample Handling and Shipping)”, Presented at the AWMA Hazardous Waste Combustors 2003: “Adopt A MACT” Specialty Conference and Exhibition in Charleston, South Carolina, April 2003.

Krall, M., “FTIR and Advanced Gas Emissions Detection Techniques:  They’re Not Just for Breakfast (or Low-Level Emissions) Anymore”, Paper #472, Presented at AWMA Conference and Exhibition, Portland, Oregon, June 2008.

Krall, M., “Using Utility Testing Method 30B in a HWC MACT Application”, Presented at the TAEP Environmental Challenges and Innovations Conference Gulf Coast 2009, Houston, Texas, February 2009.

Krall, M., “On-site Sampling and Analysis Using EPA Method 30B to Determine Mercury Partitioning Through a BIF Unit”, Presented at the AWMA Joint Conference: International Thermal Treatment Technologies (IT3) & Hazardous Waste Combustors (HWC), Cincinnati, Ohio, May 2009.

Krall, M., “Method and Sampling Solutions to Polyvinyl Chloride and Co-Polymers Production ICR Testing Challenges”, Presented at the Annual Source Evaluation Society Conference, Marble Falls, Texas, March 2012.

Krall, M., “A “Very” Comprehensive Performance Test Approach for a Thermal Desorption System”, Presented at the AWMA Joint Conference: International Thermal Treatment Technologies (IT3) & Hazardous Waste Combustors (HWC), San Antonio, Texas, October 2013.

Krall, M., “Method and Sampling Limitations and Challenges Related to Refinery ICR Testing on Delayed Coking Unit Vents”, Presented at the AFPM Environmental Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 2013.

Krall, M., “Need a Map? A Case Study for Navigating the Boiler MACT Highway”, Presented at the Council of Industrial Boiler Owners FBC Conference, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 2015.

Krall, M., Devin, R., “Permitting a Thermal Desorption System using a Hazardous Waste Combustion Approach”, To be presented at the AWMA Joint Conference: International Thermal Treatment Technologies (IT3) & Hazardous Waste Combustors (HWC), Houston, Texas, March 2018.


“Detection Limit Issues Relating to Quantitative, Indirect Risk Assessments for RCRA Hazardous Waste Combustors” Krall, M., June 2003.