Certification Scheme (MCERTS) for Water Monitoring Equipment

Sep 20 2007

Author: Dave Curtis on behalf of S::can GmbH

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As reported in the last issue of IET the Environment Agency, who regulate England and Wales, established its Monitoring Certification Scheme: MCERTS nearly ten years ago to deliver quality environmental measurements. The scheme has evolved over this time to provide for the product certification of instruments, the competency certification of personnel, an inspection scheme and the accreditation of organisations based on international standards. One of the recent extensions to MCERTS has been to cover all regulatory monitoring activities for water industry applications which includes product certification of Continuous and Portable water monitoring equipment. Details of this part of the scheme is as follows;

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