Complying With Changing Mercury Emissions Regulations
Mar 08 2018 Read 396 Times
Gasmet Technologies will focus on mercury emissions monitoring at CEM 2018. Technical support staff will be available at the company’s exhibition booth (#40) to discuss the latest regulatory developments and how Gasmet’s recent certification achievements enable compliance with current and future monitoring requirements.
Gasmet’s Emilia Jyrkiäinen has been invited to speak at the CEM Conference at 11am on 17th May. Her presentation will provide an overview of the regulatory environment relating to mercury emissions, and she will explain why recent performance certification for the Gasmet Continuous Mercury Monitoring system (CMM) is so important.
As part of global initiatives to reduce mercury pollution, emission limits are under constant pressure to reduce, so there is a demand for continuous mercury monitors that are able to measure at these lower levels. The Gasmet CMM now provides the world’s lowest EN15267 certified range - 0 to 5 µg/m3, which means that the operators of combustion plants will be able to demonstrate effective control of mercury emissions.
Gasmet’s Ken Roberts will also speak at the CEM Conference; at 11:40am on 18th May, Ken will deliver a presentation covering three ‘Energy from Waste’ case studies in which operators have employed customised CEMS to demonstrate multiparameter regulatory compliance and improve process control.
Gasmet will also launch new branding and a new website at CEM 2018. See www.gasmet.com
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