Walt Smith can rightly be called "The Father of Stack Testing." He's been involved in environmental monitoring since before there was an EPA. Walt was one of the original EPA employees and is responsible for authoring many of the fundamental stack test methods still in use today, including Methods 1 - 8.
Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Walt Smith for a chat about his remarkable 50+ years in the environmental monitoring field. We talked about his early days at EPA, how some of the stack methods testers use every day came into being, and his thoughts on the current state of emissions measurement.
Currently, Walt offers training and consulting on a variety of emission measurement issues including QSTI training. You can contact Walt at waltersmith.com. Several of Walt's current presentations are available below. Also, his paper describing the nomograph he developed that he talks about in the interview is also linked below.
How to Listen
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