VIM Technologies, Inc. has been working with environmental data acquisition in the cement industry since we were founded in 1992. We are well versed in the latest regulations affecting the cement industry and are prepared to help you comply.

The CEMLink product line has a long history of complying with cement regulations, dating back to some of our initial installations in 1992. VIM is currently working with many of the major cement suppliers in the United States to comply with the recent Air Toxics Standards for Portland Cement Manufacturing or more commonly referred to as Cement MACT. VIM has signed several corporate contracts to implement CEMLink 6 to help these companies comply with new requirements including mercury monitoring, acid gases and total hydrocarbons, along with emissions of particulate matter.

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Discover the New LME EDR Tool for ECMPS 2.0 by VIM Technologies

April 26, 2023

Beginning in the first quarter of 2024, Part 75 sources will be required to report their Electronic Data Reports (EDRs) using the new web-based ECMPS 2.0 platform. This change means that the original ECMPS standalone client tool will no longer be an option for reporting EDRs. This can create some challenges for organizations that need […]

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EPA Publishes Proposed MATS Rule Revisions in Federal Register

April 24, 2023

On April 24, 2023, EPA published proposed revisions to the MATS Rule (Subpart UUUUU, 40 CFR Part 63) in the Federal Register. Comments on the proposed rule are due on or before June 23, 2023. EPA will hold a virtual public hearing on May 9, 2023. A copy of the proposed rule is available HERE. […]

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ANNOUNCING: 2023 VIM User Group & Training

April 18, 2023

Updated 5/19/2023: REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! REGISTER TODAY We are absolutely thrilled to announce that our 2023 User Group & Training event is happening on October 24-27, 2023 at beautiful Marriott Phoenix Resort Tempe at The Buttes in Tempe, AZ. We have a jam-packed schedule of events planned for you that we’re sure you’ll find […]

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EPA Administrator Signs Proposed MATS Rule Revisions

April 10, 2023

On April 3, 2023, the EPA Administrator signed proposed revisions to Subpart UUUUU of 40 CFR Part 63, commonly known as the Mercury Air Toxics Standards (MATS) Rule.  The signed rule was submitted for publication in the Federal Register.  A copy of the unofficial internet version of the rule preamble is available here.  A redline/strikeout […]

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EPA Administrator Signs Final Federal “Good Neighbor Plan” for the 2015 Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards

March 30, 2023

On March 15, 2023, the EPA Administrator signed the final Federal “Good Neighbor Plan” for the  2015 Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards and submitted the rule for publication in the Federal Register.  A copy of unofficial internet version of the rule is available here.  The rule will become effective sixty (60) days after the […]

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ECMPS 2.0 Re-Engineering

March 8, 2023

Did You Know? The Emission Collection and Monitoring Plan System (ECMPS) 2.0 web-based reporting platform is scheduled for mandatory reporting by Acid Rain Program, Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CASPR), and Mercury Air Toxics Standards (MATS) Rule (Subpart UUUUU, 40 CFR Part 63) affected sources in 2024. More specifically, the Q1 2024 emissions and quality assurance […]

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VIM Technologies Praised for Virtual Part 75 Training Course

October 12, 2022

VIM Technologies, Inc. (VIM) has successfully completed another Introduction to Part 75  virtual training course led by Senior Air Compliance Specialist Dru Sanders, with assistance from VIM’s COMPAS Division. Introduction to Part 75 is an intermediate course recommended for environmental staff responsible for complying with 40 CFR Part 75 regulations. We typically offer this course […]

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Air Compliance: Your Greatest Risk May Be Your Most Valuable Assets

August 9, 2022

Key Employee Risk, also known as Key Employee Dependency is an issue that companies face when one critical or key employee is the only person to have access to certain information or job responsibilities. This can refer to confidential information, compliance items, or operating procedures. Without this information, workflow is diminished or halted. This situation […]

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