Strategic Partners

Strategic Partners

At Montrose Environmental Group we pursue innovation in technology and process as a means to improve the services provided to our customers. In similar fashion, we develop relationships with respected companies and partners who drive business growth through a shared commitment to environmental resiliency. These relationships enable synergies to flourish and like-minded engineers, scientists, and associates to more effectively measure pollutants in our environment, improve our renewable energy solutions, and remediate the world around us.

Montrose Environmental Group is proud to work with other leading organizations and technologists through partnerships that today include:

  • AP2E
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    The French company’s low-pressure sampling, high-resolution, laser multigas product has applications in process optimization, gas impurities monitoring, biogas monitoring, indoor air monitoring, fugitive monitoring, and emissions monitoring that Montrose teams use for gas analysis.
  • Ductor Corp
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    The company’s patented fermentation technology optimizes digester performance by removing up to 60% of ammonia (nitrogen) prior to digestion. This prevents ammonia toxicity in the digester. Our partnership with Ductor focuses on cost-effective waste management and nutrient recovery aimed at long-term stability and lower operational costs.
  • Enova Water
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    The U.S. company’s hydrogel media has applications for the low-cost removal of arsenic, chromium, and selenium from brine, groundwater, and industrial sources.
  • FluxSense
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    The Swedish company has pioneered Solar Occultation Flux, a state-of-the-art technique used by Montrose in-field teams to identify and quantify fugitive gas emissions together with FTIR, UV-DOAS, and TDL. These technologies have many applications for our air monitoring services and surveillance activities to screen facilities and then deploy additional technology to identified hot spots.
  • Gasera
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    The Finnish company’s portable QCL-PAS-MEMs–based gas analyzers provide extremely sensitive means of measuring indoor and outdoor air quality (harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in real-time at ppb levels).
  • OPGAL
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    The Israeli company provides the most sensitive optical imagers to identify and monitor hydrocarbon leaks from facilities.
  • RJ Lee Group
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    This US company’s state-of-the-art technology (PTR-TOF-MS) allows real-time measurement of part per trillion (ppt) levels at the exact point of measurement of any carbon containing compound. This technology runs on distilled water and electricity, and it is easily deployed in a test van to provide the most sensitive instrumentation for our customers.
  • Sonoma Technology Institute (STI)
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    The U.S. company’s advanced database and platform allows users to visualize and model both forward and reverse receptors. This will provide website information that is continuously uploaded in high-temporal resolution from low-cost or high-technology sensors and meteorological stations or satellites, and will provide near-real-time information on pollutant flux, direction, and transport from a microscale community level to large geographical areas.

We will continue to expand our pursuit of these technologies and innovators in order to elevate the value Montrose Environmental Group has to its diverse client base.