Complete Ambient Air Analyser Range Introduced
Jan 15 2014
Any industrial site that emits emissions to the atmosphere will be required to obtain an environmental permit. A planning application for an environmental impact assessment is made to either the EA or local authority to determine the impact on the environment that the EfW will have on the local area.
The environmental drive to reduce air pollutants and improve air quality has lead to an increased demand for thorough, accurate and reputable information. In addition to providing legislative compliance, environmental monitoring (Air Quality Monitoring Systems) may need to be carried out to calculate the level of pollutants in ambient air
Prior to any land being disturbed or even before the first brick has been laid, an environmental impact assessment study is carried out using continuous air quality monitoring equipment to measure the current levels of gases in ambient air and consider plant volume. The study will be undertaken for a period of time (at least one year) to provide a background or base level.
Factors taken into consideration during the permit application are levels of gases being emitted to local atmosphere, nearby residual population and weather conditions.
The results of the environmental assessment will impact the design of the construction site such as the height of the chimney and abatement techniques. The environmental permit outlines the Emission Limit Values (ELV’s) - the levels of gases that a site can emit to atmosphere.
At a1-cbiss Ltd (UK) the consultative approach to any project means that they have the experience and knowledge to help you decide on the Best Available Technique (BAT) for background testing in accordance with your site permit specifications.
They've recently expanded their Air Quality Monitoring range to provide more product solutions for ambient air monitoring. They have a complete series of state of the art ambient air analysers and sampling systems for the measurement and reporting of regulatory pollutants including; sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, methane, non-methane hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulphide, ozone and VOC’s.
All of the ambient air analysers are supported by their MCERT accredited cbiss data acquisition software (CDAS). CDAS provides market leading real time reports and data handling, the purpose of data acquisition & reporting software is to provide adherence to legislative compliance. The flexibility of the software allows real-time data to be collected and converted to PDF and CSV reports.
Whether you require an ambient air analyser for a planning application, regulatory compliance or environmental research, you can be confident that a1-cbiss will provide a bespoke solution tailored to your exact needs.
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