weather monitoring Articles
Digitising dust management strategies at open pit mine sites
Dust management is one of the most pervasive tasks that affects multiple teams at an open pit mine site. If the weather conditions are right, most routine activities at mining operations can lead to dust events. Fugitive dust emissions produce a serious health risk for workers across the site but also for surrounding communities in the vicinity of the operation. Particulate matter (PM) ...
Fast Response, Early Boost: Eliminate Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria
Potable water storage tanks in chloraminated systems endure water quality problems, particularly during warm weather. A simple approach can solve these problems, enhance a facility's mixing system, and save money. Historically, attempts to solve water quality problems in chloraminated systems that use water storage tanks have been minimally successful. Many storage tank facility managers have ...
How is environmental intelligence providing operational flexibility to mining and industrial facilities?
Today’s operators are investing in digital eyes, ears and noses across their facilities as they plan for their future. Why? The ability to keep industrial operations at full speed while maintaining environmental compliance and limiting their impact on communities will be a core pillar of their success in years to come. When environmental compliance obligations become overly rigid and ...
New Perimeter Air Monitoring Guidelines Expected Soon in New Jersey
This summer, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is expected to introduce a long-anticipated guidance document on perimeter air monitoring. The guidance will apply to sites for which an NJDEP spill case has been generated, placing them under regulation of the Contaminated Site Remediation and Redevelopment Program unit (formerly referred to as the Site Remediation ...
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