Christopher A. Cutting

President, QSTI
BS - Engineering Technology, Environmental
ccutting@cemservices.com

As founder and President of CEMServices, Mr. Cutting is responsible for the quality control and quality assurance of the field related programs. These programs, ranging from Cylinder Gas Audits (CGA) to multi-component compliance tests, are designed and executed with Mr. Cutting’s close supervision.

As founder and President of CEMServices, Mr. Cutting is responsible for the quality control and quality assurance of the field related programs. These programs, ranging from Cylinder Gas Audits (CGA) to multi-component compliance tests, are designed and executed with Mr. Cutting's close supervision.

With over twenty-five years of direct field experience in source emissions testing, Mr. Cutting has performed numerous compliance stack testing and CEM audit procedures. He has played a major role in the development of CEMServices extensive equipment inventory and design of the mobile CEM laboratories.

Mr. Cutting's overall goal is to provide the most accurate and reliable engineering data by conducting all test programs in the strictest accordance with applicable EPA test methods and procedures. He has presented approved final reports in the following states: Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.

Mr. Cutting is a certified Qualified Stack Test Individual (QSTI) in all four emissions test groups as defined by the Source Evaluation Society (to include manual gas volume measurements and isokinetic particulate sampling methods, manual gaseous pollutants source sampling methods, gaseous pollutants instrumental sampling methods and hazardous metals measurement sampling methods).

Sean M. MacKay

Vice President, QSTI
BS - Engineering Technology, Environmental
smackay@cemservices.com

Mr. MacKay is responsible for the technical and fiscal management of a wide variety of multi-tasked environmental testing programs concerning criteria and hazardous air pollutants. He has carried out numerous EPA Reference Method test procedures for compliance, certification, and diagnostic purposes, and is thoroughly familiar with test methods relating to the measurement of organics, particulate matter, trace metals, acid gases, and other air toxics.

Mr. MacKay is responsible for the technical and fiscal management of a wide variety of multi-tasked environmental testing programs concerning criteria and hazardous air pollutants. He has carried out numerous EPA Reference Method test procedures for compliance, certification, and diagnostic purposes, and is thoroughly familiar with test methods relating to the measurement of organics, particulate matter, trace metals, acid gases, and other air toxins.

Mr. MacKay has over twenty-five years of direct field experience in the field of air quality and source emissions testing. He has directed test programs at numerous municipal solid waste and hospital infectious waste incinerators, commercial steam generators, paper mills, and other commercial facilities for compliance determinations, performance guarantees, and research efforts. He is fully responsible for coordinating annual compliance programs at six industrial-commercial-institutional, steam generating facilities for criteria pollutants and VOCs. Mr. MacKay has worked closely with combustion experts in efforts to solve and improve overall boiler combustion efficiencies.

Mr. MacKay is a certified Qualified Stack Test Individual (QSTI) in all four emissions test groups as defined by the Source Evaluation Society (to include manual gas volume measurements and isokinetic particulate sampling methods, manual gaseous pollutants source sampling methods, gaseous pollutants instrumental sampling methods and hazardous metals measurement sampling methods).

Robert “Bubba” Arnold

In memoriam
(1968-2019)

Late in 1991, Robert Arnold was a young engineer in the field of Source Emission Monitoring (Stack Testing). At that time, he recognized the industry’s need for a company specializing in the relatively new field of Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) emission monitoring and CEMS Auditing. In 1992, he took his vision and co-founded CEMServices with Chris Cutting. Over the next twenty-seven years, Robert worked tirelessly growing and expanding CEMServices’ capabilities and services in his roles as Senior Project Director and CEMServices’ CEO.

Robert passed away very unexpectedly on July 31, 2019. Those of us who were lucky enough to have met him, knew him as a larger than life Project Director, leader, friend, and Stack Testing brother. His vision and passion will never be forgotten by the staff of CEMServices and he will remain forever in our hearts.