EHS for Power Plants

Articles & Whitepapers

  • Complying with NPDES effluent guidelines

    Complying with NPDES effluent guidelines

    To comply with the stringent NPDES effluent guidelines, it is vital to understand the mechanisms and interactions that affect the balance in the aquatic ecosystems. The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requires power plants in the U.S. to control their levels of harmful pollutants released in surface waters according to the specific effluent limitations.

  • Case-Study: Power Plant Air Quality Monitoring

    Case-Study: Power Plant Air Quality Monitoring

    Coal, fly ash, and secondary particles emitted from thermal power plants contribute to more than 30% of PM2.5 generation in India. To meet the emission standards, the GMR Warora thermal plant needed ...

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  • Professional IC Vario System
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    Professional IC Vario System

    The Professional IC Vario system with Metrohm`s intelligent inline sample preconcentration, sequential suppression, and conductivity detection enables fully automatic determination of anions or cations in solutions with low ion concentration.