ground-gas News

  • Optimize and Calibrate Your Combustion Gas Analyzer with E Instruments Before the New Heating Seasons Arrive

    With August waning on the eve of the solar eclipse, we are reminded again that summer is ending. Now, as the temperatures are cooling down, it is an excellent opportunity to recalibrate your E Instruments combustion gas analyzer and have it ready for the upcoming heating season. Professional and Quality Support At our ...

  • New pictures from the air - Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it`s a drone!

    Not only birds or airplanes should have the chance to have such a view. Not Superman either. We did not want to deprive you of these great pictures from the air.  Learn more about our new building in Igling: •  ...

  • NEW E1500 Hand-Held Combustion Emissions Analyzer

    The NEW E1500 Hand-Held Combustion Emissions Analyzer is a new, rugged unit with the ability to measure CO & O2 from high efficiency & condensing boilers, burners, engines, turbines, kilns, furnaces, incinerators and other industrial combustion processes. Featuring a new large COLOR display and expanded internal memory, the E1500 lets you easily see and save your sample data without ...

  • picoGC, the Revolutionary ‘lab-on-a-chip’ Micro-GasChromatograph

    The aim of picoGC project is to develop a new MEMS-based device that will integrate, in a single and robust unit at chip level, all the analytical functions necessary to perform gas chromatography analyses with the best performances never achieved by currently MicroGC ...


    By Pollution Srl

  • Geotech announces new BIOMETHANE 3000 analyser

    Biomethane is seen by many as a vitally important part of our energy future, with various quarters keen to urge its long-term deployment.  It’s part of a wider spectrum of renewable energies like biogas that are increasingly coming to the fore as the world strives for a more diversified and sustainable energy mix. Though oil and gas prices have been the subject of much falling prices ...


    By Geotech

  • Availability, price of silica sand challenges water well contractors in the Southwest

    A wide range of quality exists from available sand sources used for water well filter packs in the United States. In the Southwest, there is a noticeable difference from the top-quality sand to the next one down. The reliability of quality silica sand has been in decline in recent years in the Southwest, according to Marvin Glotfelty, RG, principal hydrogeologist for Clear Creek Associates LLC in ...

  • Breaking New Ground in Gas Detection

    Gas detection specialist Crowcon today celebrated the official ground breaking for its new 40,000 square foot facility at the prestigious Milton Park in Didcot, UK. Having outgrown its current headquarters location in Abingdon, the Milton Park facility will house all existing functions as well as provide extensive customer training and product ...

  • New ground gas monitor provides continuous data

    Ion Science introduce GasClam, the first gas monitor to give continuous, unmanned ground-gas data collection. Its ability to log long-term, real trend information is a revolution in gas management and risk prediction allowing informed decisions to be made on accurate, reliable data. As more landfill gas to energy projects are undertaken, GasClam becomes an indispensible tool in evaluating gas ...


    By Ion Science

  • Continuous Ground Gas Monitoring Technical Article

    It is almost inevitable in the initial phases of a construction sites development, that a Ground Gas risk assessment process is required by the local planning authority, and subsequently undertaken by a developer or their contractor. This normally encompasses spot monitoring visits that can last up to 12 months or more, if methane is found at over 5% by volume. However, it is important to realise ...


    By Shawcity Limited

  • Guidance on earthing, grounding and bonding in the oil and gas industry

    The Energy Institute (EI) Humber branch held its first event of the year at Total Lindsey Oil Refinery Ltd. The presentation was given by branch committee member, Ian Neve, Head of Control & Power, LOR and covered the EI draft guidance on earthing, grounding and bonding in the oil and gas industry, due to be issued later this year. There was good discussion and feedback during and after the ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • GasClam Ground Gas Detector - Solving your site and remediation gas problems!

    If you are involved in land remediation or site development you will understand the need for results to ensure projects run smoothly, quickly and efficiently. Often projects such as these are held up due to the possibility of ground gas on site. these gasses need to be monitored before site projects can continue.   The GasClam ground gas detector is used to monitor gasses being ...


    By Shawcity Limited

  • Waste Management Announces Ground-Breaking of its Natural Gas fueling facility in Columbus, Ohio Area

    Waste Management today announced it has started construction on its new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling facility to convert its fleet of trucks that service the Columbus, Ohio area. This will be Waste Management's first fleet of compressed natural gas trucks in Ohio. The CNG fueling station is being built at its Canal Winchester location. "This new fueling facility will give us the ...


  • World Health Organisation’s William Angell is keynote speaker at VOCs and Ground Gas Conference

    The World Health Organisation’s Professor William Angell, who chairs the International Radon Project, is the keynote speaker at this year’s VOCs and Ground Gases Conference: Sampling, Risk Assessment and Remediation. The conference, held in London’s ICO Conference Centre on 18th November 2009, will highlight the current best practices in laboratory sampling, safety, risk assessment, remediation, ...


    By Newzeye Ltd

  • EPA takes action against buffalo area gas station owner to protect ground water

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has taken action against Schmitt Sales, Inc. of Buffalo for improperly managing underground tanks used to store gasoline and other fuels at two of its facilities in the Buffalo area and eight other locations throughout the state. Petroleum releases from underground storage tanks can contaminate ground water, making it unsafe to drink, pose fire and ...

  • EPA takes action against Buffalo area gas stations to protect ground water from petroleum contamination

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued a legal complaint to the owners and operators of twenty-two underground storage tanks at gasoline stations in the Buffalo, New York area for violating various federal regulations dealing with ground water from petroleum contamination. The complaint, which seeks $582,803 in penalties, was issued to Amerimart Development Company, Inc., Qual-Econ ...

  • North Country Gas Station Owners to Install Equipment to Prevent Ground Water Pollution (NY)

    "Gas station owners have a responsibility to regularly monitor their underground storage tanks to protect against potential leaks of petroleum," said EPA Regional Administrator Judith A. Enck. "Leaking tanks can contaminate ground water, putting people and the environment at risk." EPA inspections of the companies’ tanks revealed that they had failed to comply with important requirements of ...

  • EPA Takes Legal Action Against Western New York Gas Stations to Protect Ground Water from Petroleum Contamination

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued a legal complaint to the owner and operator of seventeen underground storage tanks at six gasoline stations in Western New York for violating federal regulations. The complaint, which seeks $42,295 in penalties, was issued to United Refining Company for violations at its Kwik Fill stations in Dunkirk, Westfield, Jamestown, Fredonia and ...

  • Sequestration on shaky ground

    Original story at MIT News Carbon sequestration promises to address greenhouse-gas emissions by capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and injecting it deep below the Earth’s surface, where it would permanently solidify into rock. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that current ...

  • Returnable bottles losing ground

    Consumers are increasingly choosing single-use packaging. Already, 65% of bottles containing mineral water and fizzy drinks are dumped in landfills after use. Ten years ago, the figure was only 12%. Many experts believe this is due to the deposit charge on bottles, which was supposed to encourage the re-use of packaging, but a year after its introduction is seen to be a failure. Businesses and ...


  • Will CO2 stay in the ground?

    Storing carbon deep below the earth's surface could play a prominent role in tackling climate change. But before underground CO2 reservoirs can be deployed as viable long-term storage options, environmental concerns over leakages and the behaviour of trapped CO2 must be addressed. A new model can help predict how different geological sites will respond to CO2 sequestration, and the likelihood of ...

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