Health & Safety
ADC Offer N2O Monitoring for Emission Reduction Schemes
Mar 31 2008
The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), set up under the Kyoto protocol, as a method for reducing emission of greenhouse gases in specified industries and countries, is gaining momentum. CDM provides a technology transfer in greenhouse gas reduction and a method of
delivery of tradable carbon credits into certified schemes.
Support for each project is considerable with the availability of external financing of the technology required with the UN leading
the way with their carbon credit initiative.
ADC has installed the first 15 systems in China with severalmore going into Malaysia and Korea and Eastern Europe.
Negotiations are progressing with several other countries.
ADCâs success is due to their solution being extremely cost effective, robust and reliable in the provision of accurate data for claims. They also combine in their systems âbest of breedâ components such as Perma
Pure MiniGass dryers, Land oxygen sensors and Systec flow meters. Coupled with the superbly reliable and versatile ADCMGA3000 gas analyser, they create a system that is second to none and EN14181 compliant.
The ADC systems reliability, field proven technology and cost effectiveness backed up by global support and coverage are seen to be the way ahead for operations that wish to secure carbon credits and gain
the significant financial benefits from carbon credit trading.
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