Air Monitoring


Oct 03 2014

Author: D. D. B. H. Munns on behalf of CEM

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Continuous measurement of emissions has never been more important than it is today. There are two major EU Directives; The Large Combustion Plant Directive, and The Waste Incineration Directive, which contain specific reference to air emission limits values in terms of continuous measurement. Furthermore, the directives go so far as specifying that the continuous emission monitors to be used, must be calibrated and must meet certain performance criteria. To support these directive requirements are a range of CEN standards, some of which are still in the development stage. The paper will describe the methods available, the practical implications of their use, and the importance of consistency throughout Europe.

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