Center for Testing & Engineering Company was started in September of 2006 to fill a need for quality petroleum equipment testing and services in the GA State area. From our modest beginning as a small service company, we are growing and our goal is customer satisfaction and best service with the best prices in the market with over 10 employees. We are committed to providing only the highest quality test, installing and services available. Our industry has become increasingly more technically oriented and complex over the years, and we have continually strive to stay on the top of all the latest innovations and technologies to support our customers needs and expectations. We are a petroleum equipment testing company offering Testing, Training, Installing, and support services for Georgia.We believe that knowledge and experience will prevents poor performance and save you time and money, and that you will not find a better team anywhere. Our experience and great knowledge in Federal and GA state regulation is now in the service of all of our customer to help them to be in compliance preventing any unnecessary money lost.
The federal clean air act is the federal law passed in 1970. and last amended 1990, forms the basis for the national air pollution control effort .Basic elements of the act include national ambient air quality standards for major air pollutants, hazardous air pollutant standards state attainment plans, motor vehicle emissions standards, stationary source emissions standards and permits , stratospheric ozone protection, and enforcement provisions.
CTE technicians are the best to serve any of your gas station tests needs; our aim is to serve you better and on timely manner. Please note that our competitive prices, flexible scheduling, and experience will save you time and money.
Rule and Laws
The environmental Protection division administers 26 state environment laws and is responsible for programs under four federal laws. EPD also develops and enforces rule based on Georgia (Official code of Georgia Annotated) Statutes for protecting Georgia air quality through the regulation of emissions from industrial source, mobile and gas service station sources, also monitors levels of air pollutants throughout the state.Please check the link www.gaepd.com for further rules and laws.