Health & Safety
Defra MCERTS Certificate for BAM1020 PM monitor extended to December 2023
Dec 17 2018
Enviro Technology, take certification and accreditation very seriously. This applies to them as a company, and the products that they sell. And they like to show off their certificates and accolades too!
Visitors arriving at ET’s reception area in Stroud, will see dozens of certificates on display ranging from MCERTS certificates for the products they sell, their BSI ISO certificates (9001, 18001 and 14001) and accreditations such as Achilles Verify and CHAS. They also have a selection of their Service Engineer official factory training certificates on display from their instrument suppliers Teledyne-API and Met One Instruments.
Seen here with ET’s recently renewed Defra MCERTS certificate for the ever popular BAM1020 PM2.5 monitor (valid until 5th December 2023), ET’s MD, Duncan Mounsor says “I think we need a larger reception area for all our certificates and accolades and it does take a bit of time to check them all to ensure they are all still valid and up-to-date. But as we are so proud of them, instead of just filing them away, we like to put them on display for all to see!”.
Duncan concludes “we have been very busy with BAM1020 PM10 and PM2.5 monitor sales in 2018 and expect this to continue well into 2019 and beyond as Local Authorities and UK networks continue to replace older, non-Defra MCERTS approved particulate monitors such as TEOMs, of which there are still a lot out there”.
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