E-Learning

Past Events

At our recent Continuous Emissions Monitoring event, Matthias Klostermann of DURAG Group gave a 15-minute presentation on the value of continuous emissions monitoring for optimising mercury reduction initatives.  Mr. Klostermann discusses: Overview about the global market for continuous mercury monitoring Introduction to the product solution we are offering Sharing international experience in regards of emission monitoring Application examples

View 13:50:00 02 Mar 2022

Biofuels, mainly derived from vegetable oils or the fermentation of plant material, have gained importance over the last few decades as more sustainable and environmentally friendly alternatives to fossil fuels. However, the production of raw materials for biofuel production has led to significant deforestation and competition for agricultural farmland with traditional crops used as staple food for humans and animals. To mitigate effects, new sources like algae have been developed for biofuel...

View 16:00:00 03 Nov 2021

Stephen Harrison talks to Anurag Dhumal MSc in engineering and energy technology. This short discussion looks at questions like: What is dry methane reforming? What is the difference between dry methane reforming and steam supported dry methane reforming? What catalysts are used in the processes you described, are they the same or similar? During Dry methane reforming, how does one protect the catalyst? How does the carbon build up get suppressed? What levels of steam are used i...

View 14:00:00 28 Oct 2021

Stephen Harrison talks to Xavier d’Hubert about decarbonising cement production. CO2 emissions come from 3 main sources, across these three areas, how can we decarbonise? What can be done to mitigate CO2 emission during the calcination reaction? Can we make the carbon capture easy and cost effective in cement production? What is the oxygen concentration at the burner, where would the oxygen come from?

View 16:00:00 28 Oct 2021

Stephen Harrison talks to Xavier d’Hubert about decarbonising cement production and the three main sources of the CO2 production. This short question and answer session answers questions given to Xavier, like: Where do the CO2 emissions come from in the production of cement? What can be done inside the plant to improve energy efficiency? Do you see any plants hooked up to renewable energy?

View 10:00:00 27 Oct 2021

Stephen Harrison talking about decarbonisation, climate change. There is no planet “B”.

View 11:00:00 25 Oct 2021

At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Dr. Lesley Sloss of the International Centre for Sustainable Carbon gave a 20-minute presentation outlining emerging approaches to the global challenge of monitoring mercuring. Dr. Sloss addresses: The global spread of mercury pollution Contemporary and historical regulation of mercury emissions Alternatives to direct, fleet-based monitoring Cutting-edge modelling software for the estimation of emissions

View 13:40:00 14 Oct 2021

At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, David Graham of Uniper gave a 30-minute presentation outlining current standards for the quality assurance of mercury around the globe. Mr. Graham discusses: The similarities and differences between quality assurance procedures in the United States and Europe Type-testing requirements and measurement uncertainty Alternatives to current conventions in performing linear calibration The most effective methods for performing certifi...

View 13:40:00 14 Oct 2021

At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Ben Freeman of the Environment Agency gave a 25-minute presentation detailing the updated protocols for mercury monitoring in waste incineration.   Mr. Freemen outlines: The monitoring techniques to be made mandatory in waste incineration by 2023   How to adhere to new protocols Methods for determining threshold-values The necessity and practicality of accounting for outliers

View 13:40:00 14 Oct 2021

At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Dr. Johannes Pfingsten of VDZ gave a 10-minute presentation comparing methods for the monitoring of mercury emissions.   Dr. Pfingsten discusses: The advantages and disadvantages of the prevailing reference method, EN13211 Different methods for reducing the limit of quantification Prospects for the wider utilisation of sorbent-trap methods Controlling breakthrough at different concentrations

View 15:50:00 14 Oct 2021


Digital Edition

Asian Environmental Technology 26.3 - September 2022

September 2022

In This Edition Business News - New technology for water quality monitoring receives prestigious award - Water-i.d. invests EUR 3 million in new premises - QED Environmental Systems partner...

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Events

Africa Oil Week

Oct 03 2022 Cape Town, South Africa

Ecofira

Oct 04 2022 Valencia, Spain

IRAQ BASRA OIL & GAS

Oct 04 2022 Basra, Iraq

ECOFAIR

Oct 04 2022 Belgrade, Serbia

EUEC 2022

Oct 05 2022 Tucson, AZ, USA

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