environmental monitoring industry Articles

  • Monitoring Environmental Quality

    ' In order to determine the effectiveness of actions to improve environmental quality it is necessary to be able to measure relevant environmental parameters at a level of detail which is accurate enough to distinguish the anticipated changes. However, the establishment and maintenance of monitoring systems is time-consuming and expensive and therefore the scale of such systems needs to be kept ...


    By The World Bank

  • Pollution monitoring in Cement Industry

    The rising use of waste based fuels in the cement industry, both for economic and Environmental objectives, combined with the strengthening of air emission regulations around the world is pushing many operators to face a wider list of pollutants to monitor this, with associated costs. The design of appropriate solutions meeting local regulation is the key to maximize the cost benefit of the fuel ...


    By ENVEA

  • Continuous noise monitoring for environmental application

    The increasing awareness of the public of environmental issues such as CO2 emissions, carbon footprints and waste recycling has brought the issue of environmental noise to the fore. Many of the demands of modern society result in the creation of noise sources such as larger airports, additional power stations and higher road traffic levels. In addition to this, the expansion of towns and cities, ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Case Study: Industrial Site Noise Monitoring

    Environnement S.A., based outside Paris, France, is a cutting edge company in the environmental quality industry. Environnement S.A.s innovations over the years have supplied private and public organisations alike with the tools and know-how to detect, measure and ultimately limit the impact of industry on the natural world. In the summer of 2003, Environnement S.A. approached Brüel & Kjær for ...

  • A Guide to Oil in Water Monitoring for Environmental Compliance

    Applications for industrial oil in water monitoring can vary greatly. In upstream and midstream oil and gas production applications, monitoring separation efficiencies is key to optimize production rates, preventative maintenance, chemical use, flow, and environmental compliance. Separated water from the oil is called produced water and it must be cleaned of oil before disposal or ...


    By Arjay Engineering Ltd.

  • Flare Stack Monitoring Minimizes Environmental Impact

    EPA Flare Regulations Ensure Safe Flare Stack Operations CAS DataLoggers recently provided the flare stack monitoring solution to a processor of industrial railcars who dispose of the reclaimed chemicals and hydrocarbon liquids using a flare stack. A flare stack is the last line of defense for ensuring that toxic hydrocarbons are neutralized ...


    By CAS DataLoggers

  • Human bone as a biological material for environmental monitoring

    The effect of age and gender on major, minor and trace element contents in the intact rib-bone of 84 apparently healthy 15?58 year-old citizens (38 females and 46 males) of a non-industrial region in the Central European part of Russia was investigated by Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA) and Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry (ICP-AES). The summary of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Development and implementation of environmental strategies for steel industry

    Environmental issues in steel industry are so numerous, complex, and interconnected that an ad hoc approach to problem solving is no longer considered effective. The growing pressure from all stakeholders forces steel companies to adopt environmental responsibility in all activities. There has a paradigm shift in the attitude of the steel corporate as it switches over from 'Passive environmental ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Current Trends in Environmental Noise Monitoring in Europe

    Introduction This paper briefly describes the state of the art of environmental noise monitoring development in Europe, including the needs, standards, legislation, data, technology, techniques and tools. This paper will concentrate on the following areas: • How Imagine and the development of ISO 20906 and ISO 1996 affect noise monitoring systems • The need and role of professional ...

  • National Occupational Standards for Environmental Monitors - CORE NOS

    Environmental monitors (EMs) are individuals who observe the environment and the impacts of human and industrial activities, and communicate this information to various stakeholders. In this way, they may help to mitigate negative environmental impacts. In addition to this Core document, which contains the core skills needed for all EM careers, there are two areas of specialization for EMs: ...


    By ECO Canada

  • ACOEM: 01dBWebMonitoring, real-time monitoring of environmental noise

    01dBWebMonitoring, a field-proven solution for noise monitoring! Local authorities, airports, road and railway transports, industries…: many professionals have to control environmental noise pollution using short or long-term measurements. With a special attention to such needs, 01dB-Metravib has designed a performing monitoring offer based on short or long-term measurements, suited to all ...


    By ACOEM

  • A study towards implementation of a standalone environmental monitoring device

    Environment is an issue of major concern all round the world. Protection of environmental resources such as groundwater or marine environment from contamination became an issue of high priority, which requires special consideration. In order to protect the shores water used in desalination and groundwater from various contaminants that may leak from industrial and ship activities, a remote ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • General Environmental Guidelines Industry - Pollution Prevention Guidelines

    Introduction Pollution Prevention Guidelines to provide technical advice and guidance to staff and consultants involved in pollution-related projects. The guidelines represent state-of-the-art thinking on how to reduce pollution emissions from the production process. In many cases, the guidelines provide numerical targets for reducing pollution, as well as maximum ...


    By The World Bank

  • National Occupational Standards for Environmental Monitors - Regulatory Specialization NOS

    Environmental monitors (EMs) are individuals who observe the environment and the impacts of human and industrial activities, and communicate this information to various stakeholders. In this way, they may help to mitigate negative environmental impacts. In addition to the Core document, which contains the core skills needed for all EM careers, there are two areas of specialization for EMs: ...


    By ECO Canada

  • National Occupational Standards for Environmental Monitors - Research Specialization NOS

    Environmental monitors (EMs) are individuals who observe the environment and the impacts of human and industrial activities, and communicate this information to various stakeholders. In this way, they may help to mitigate negative environmental impacts. In addition to the Core document, which contains the core skills needed for all EM careers, there are two areas of specialization for EMs: ...


    By ECO Canada

  • Marine Industry experience with Aalborg Industries

    Port Authorities and Governing Bodies state that a ship cannot emit smoke of >20% opacity for more than 3 minutes when in port. The IMO set similar limits for on-board incinerators. The DSL-220 Opacity Monitor has been used successfully to measure smoke emissions from diesel engines, incinerators and boilers on board ship ensuring that environmental concerns are ...


    By DynOptic Systems Ltd

  • Solid phase microextraction for trace analysis of urinary benzene in environmental monitoring

    Due to increasing concern about toxic substances such as benzene and its analogs in the environment and workplaces, it is becoming more important to monitor such chemicals in order to evaluate risk hazards and potential problems caused by exposure to toxic compounds (Barcelo et al., 1991; Keymeulen et al., 2001; Sperlingova et al., 2003). Benzene is an important industrial compound because of its ...


    By University of Tehran

  • Environmental management of industrial wastes in developing countries: Bangladesh Case Study

    Industrial development in the developing countries of Asia, and in developing countries everywhere, has proceeded without control of pollution emissions and the resulting environmental degradation has now reached a serious level. The population problem, already severe, continues to get worse, forcing acceleration of urbanisation and industrialisation. An effective system for controlling ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • RC-14001: The Chemical Industry`s New Environmental Management System

    Responsible Care®-14001 (RC®-14001) gives chemical companies a powerful new tool to improve their environmental performance. Formally adopted in 2002, this environmental management system (EMS), was created jointly by the American Chemistry Council (ACC) and the Registrar Accreditation Board (RAB). RC®-14001 lets companies become certified simultaneously by RAB-accredited registrars to both the ...


    By AECOM

  • Monitoring in the near future

    Take a look into the lab to see how commercialization of advanced environmental sensory capability is about to happen. Being asked to describe technology breakthroughs in environmental sensors with applications like air and water monitoring prompts the obvious question, 'If the first micro-machined gas chromatograph was demonstrated in 1979, why didn't the environmental sensor market experience ...


    By AHC Group

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