Air Monitoring

EMISSION MONITORING IN PEAK-HEAT-PRODUCTION PLANTS

Oct 06 2014

Author: Jurij Čretnik, Matjaž Šlibar on behalf of CEM

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Introduction

Environment protection is more and more important in our society. Apart from general consciousness of people and companies, environment protection is requested by law. Among others, large emission sources as power plants are obliged to establish emission monitoring according to Slovenian legislation:

• Regulation on the emission of substances into the air from stationary emission sources (1),
• Regulation on the emission of substances into the air from combustion plants (2),
• Regulation on the emission of substances into the air from large combustion plants (3),
• Ordinance on first measurements and monitoring of emission of substances into the air from stationary emission sources and conditions for its implementation (4),
• Decree on form of reports on air emission monitoring measurements (5).

Mentioned Slovenian legislation is already harmonised with EU directives.


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