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  • Air Quality Monitoring Station sent to Jamaica

    CAS recently designed, manufactured and integrated a Turn-Key Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Station that was sent to the country of Jamaica. This station consists of a CAS 9001 Series Shelter mounted to a trailer for transport. The Station is integrated with instrumentation to measure NOx, SO2 and ...

  • India, Air Quality Monitoring stations

    Following the successful 2010 implementation of three Air Quality Monitoring stations around Cement facilities in India we are pleased to announce Environnement India have received a second project from ACC Limited (Holcim Group) for another four Air Quality Monitoring Stations. The new monitoring stations will be configured to measure low level NOx, SO2, CO, PM10 and PM2.5 integrated into ...


    By ENVEA

  • GPN, a subsidiary of the Total Group, has entrusted Environnement S.A for the furniture of an air quality monitoring network

    Three cabinets, installed in shelters, will be equipped with MP101M analyzers for measuring particles PM1, PM2.5 and PM10, AC32M analyzers for continuously measure NOx and NH3 and the XR system for data acquisition and data processing. The company GPN is a chemical company, a subsidiary of Total (and former subsidiary of Atofina). This is the first French manufacturer of nitrogen fertilizer with ...


    By ENVEA

  • The Micro Monitoring Station: MMS

    Untitled Document The MMS addresses one of the biggest problems with Air Quality monitoring: finding space for a shelter. Traditional ...


    By ENVEA

  • airmoSCAN xpert PAHs: New Chromatotec® TD GC FID/MS for online and continuous monitoring of PAHs and linear alkanes in ambient air

    Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are recognized as very toxic group of organic compounds, with documented carcinogenic, mutagenic and teratogenic properties. PAHs are formed as a result of the incomplete combustion of organic materials. They are produced naturally like by wood fire, volcanoes and by human activities like coal and gasoline combustion. They are particularly prevalent in ...


    By Chromatotec Group

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Adds Greater Sensitivity to its Simple Solution for Mercury Monitoring

    FRANKLIN, Mass. (May 9, 2007) – Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, offers coal-fired power plants the Mercury Freedom System™, a mercury monitoring solution with a simplicity of design that results in maximum ease of use and maintenance, lower installation and operating costs, high reliability, and lower space requirements. In addition, the system is available ...

  • DuroAir announces breakthrough industrial Indoor Air Quality Recycling Technology

    DuroAir Technologies Inc. ("DuroAir" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has developed, and successfully independently tested, the world's first known portable air containment and filtration technology that fully filters and recycles industrial contaminated indoor air and returns it safely to the indoor air environment. This has significant environmental and cost saving ...


    By Duroair Technologies Inc.

  • California Air Resources Board issues health advisory for Northern and Central California

    Poor air quality continues to plague the northwestern counties of California as the wildfires create very unhealthy conditions. Parts of eastern Humboldt County and Trinity County have experienced unusually persistent smoky days this week. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger declared a state of emergency (link) in Humboldt County on August 6, 2008, 'as a result of the numerous wildfires that have led ...

  • Rhode Island Transit Authority wins EPA Clean Air Excellence Award

    The public transportation agency in Rhode Island was one of 11 organizations and companies nationwide recognized recently by the US Environmental Protection Agency for an innovative clean air initiative. The Free Zoo & Trolley Too! initiative of the RI Public Transit Authority was among the projects recognized at the 12th annual Clean Air Excellence Awards in Washington DC. The Rhode Island ...

  • BP products agrees to pay largest single-facility clean air act penalty for releases of Hazardous pollutants at Texas City refinery

    $15 million penalty resolves federal civil claims stemming from two fires, leak, and reporting violations at refinery (HQ) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Justice Department announced today that BP Products North America Inc. has agreed to pay a $15 million penalty to resolve federal Clean Air Act violations at its Texas City, Texas petroleum refinery. The penalty is ...

  • Interview with Manoj Kumar - Middle East & Indian Subcontinent

    What considerations are important when designing air monitoring stations for use in the Middle East and India? The climate in the Middle East and sub-continent is generally hotter and more humid. Instrument performance is affected by changes in temperature and humidity, especially carbon monoxide and ammonia analysers. Therefore, instruments working in this climate need to be installed ...


    By Ecotech Pty Ltd

  • Envirologger chosen for Maltese Temples project

    Heritage Malta has installed Envirologger monitoring technology at ten locations around the site of the Tarxien Temples – a highly important archaeological site dating back to between 3600 and 1500 BC. The monitoring stations were installed in 2011 and are being utilised for research purposes and to gain reliable data for scientists, conservators and engineers to ensure the best possible ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Health advisory for Northern California

    The fires continue to pour heavy smoke into communities in the northern part of the Sacramento Valley and mountain communities. Air quality has been well into the Hazardous category on back-to-back days in Trinity County in particular. Particulate matter, that can get deep into your lungs, exceeded the federal standard for clean air by almost 12 times. The weather patterns in recent days have ...

  • Hydrochloric Acid Leaks From Metal Plating Plant

    MELVINDALE, Michigan, October 17, 2007 (ENS) - A 500 gallon hydrochloric acid leak occurred Tuesday morning at Reilly Plating Co. in Melvindale. The company's 100,000 square foot facility is about 10 miles southwest of downtown Detroit. Due to rain in the area, the hydrochloric acid and water mix created a small acid cloud at 8 am local time. Local responders ordered the ...

  • The Gasmet story - from an academic idea to a global business

    In this article, Dr Petri Jaakkola, founder and Chairman of Gasmet Technologies Oy explains how an idea shared by a group of researchers at the University of Oulu in Finland, during the early 1970s, developed into one of the world’s leading gas monitoring instrumentation manufacturers. Early history – technology development At first, the Finnish researchers understood ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • Camano Island (WA) Chlorine Release Safely Resolved

    During the early hours of January 15, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, at the request of state and local authorities, responded to a reported chlorine gas release at a private residence on Camano Island WA, a rural area 60 miles north of Seattle. According to Camano Island Fire & Rescue (CIFR), who were first on the scene, a local resident was scrapping an old pressurized steel tank, ...

  • Valero Energy Pays $238 Million to Clear Refinery Emissions

    WASHINGTON, DC, August 21, 2007 (ENS) - The Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have reached an agreement with petroleum refiner Valero Energy Corp. that requires new and upgraded pollution abatement equipment, obtains a $4.25 million penalty, and secures environmental projects to help communities affected by refinery emissions. The state of Ohio and ...

  • Raging Floodwaters Cause Kansas Refinery Oil Spill

    KANSAS CITY, Kansas, July 3, 2007 (ENS) - Emergency management officials are trying to contain damage from an oil refinery spill in Coffeyville, Kansas that occurred over the weekend when raging floodwaters breached a levee Sunday as heavy rains swept the southeastern section of the state. At the Coffeyville Resources Refinery more than 42,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into the overflowing ...

  • AAR to Distribute Eaton`s Fluid-Distribution Products to Support Airline Customers

    AAR (NYSE: AIR) announced today that power management company Eaton has appointed AAR as the exclusive distributor for aircraft fluid-distribution products, oil debris-monitoring technology, engine seals and other products for commercial airlines. The new, ten-year agreement, which goes into effect Oct. 8, will strengthen airline service and support by providing operators with a comprehensive ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Cornell Pump Company’s Rapid Response Pumps Ready to Meet Dewatering Needs of Hurricane Sandy

    Cornell pumps have helped in flooding events such as Mt. St. Helens eruption and Hurricane Katrina, as well as dewatering Ground Zero after the September 11th attacks. Oregon-based pump manufacturer has pumps ready to ship to disaster areas affected by Hurricane Sandy. With winds and rain still lashing the East Coast and Mid-west, Cornell Pump Company stands ready to help in clean-up ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

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