Emission Monitoring as per DOE Requirement
Releasing of air impurities into the atmosphere may cause adverse health effect to human and causing economic damage. Thus, industrial player shall take responsibilities to protect the environment by, but not limited to establish the Emission Monitoring.
The Emission Monitoring is stipulated under Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations, 1978, and the Regulation requires industrial and power generation facilities to monitor for air impurities generated as a resulted of their activities. It is used to evaluate the characteristics and concentration of industrial waste gas stream emissions into the atmosphere. The Monitoring is also known as Stack Emission Monitoring or Performance Monitoring.
Our specialist has extensive experience in the sampling, investigation and analysis of emission from stack, chimney, scrubber, boiler, incinerator, furnace and etc. Our overall objective is to assist industrial player in complying with the Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations 1978, while maintaining or improving the process efficiency.
- Dark Smoke
- Solid Particulates (Dust)
- Sulphuric Acid Mist (H2SO4)/ Sulphur Trioxide (SO3)
- Chlorine Gas (Cl2)
- Hydrogen Chloride (HCl)
- Fluorine/ Hydrofluoric Acid/ Inorganic Fluorine Compound (F/HF)
- Hydrogen Sulphine (H2S)
- Nitrogen Oxide (NOx)
- Heavy Metal (Mercury, Cadmium, Lead, Antimony, Arsenic, Zinc, Copper)