• Continuous mercury monitoring offers major advantages over periodic sampling

Air Monitoring

Continuous mercury monitoring offers major advantages over periodic sampling

Jun 07 2022

You probably remember, but the latest changes to the WI BATC document came in December 2019. This document describes the abatement techniques and associated emission levels (BAT-AELs) for waste-to-energy plants.

The most notable change is the requirement to monitor mercury emissions. The new WI BATC document sets levels as 5-20 µg/Nm3 (daily average) or 1-10 µg/Nm3 (long-term sampling). The new monitoring regulations require continuous mercury monitoring, with a few exceptions.

Importantly for you, it set a four year transition period, after which all facilities in its scope need to be in compliance. If you’re doing the math at home, four years from 2019 is 2023.

That’s next year. Yes, really.

Read Gasmet’s latest blog article to find out how to be ready for these changes.


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