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  • Monitoring and reporting CO2 emissions

    Untitled Document On January 1st, 2005 the 2003/87/WE ...


  • Predictions for cleantech in 2013

    Every year around this time since 2007, as executive editor of a leading global cleantech research and news service, I’ve contributed to predictions on what to expect in the year ahead in cleantech. We’ve kept that tradition alive here at Kachan & Co. We don’t claim a perfect track record, but we’ve been eerily prescient and nailed some biggies a year or more before ...


    By Kachan & Co.

  • Waters acidified by air pollution have recovered as predicted

    Back in 1999, a group of scientists predicted how changing air pollution levels would affect the acidity of lakes and rivers in Europe in 2010 using a computer model. A follow up study has now gathered actual measurements of these waters to see if the predictions came true. The observations show that most of the rivers and lakes did recover from acidification, as forecast by the model, and ...


    By European Commission

  • Apprion Launches ION Emissions Monitoring Application With Preventative Hazardous Leak Detection

    Apprion, the leading provider of wireless application systems and services for industrial facilities, today revealed its ION Emissions Monitoring Application, which reliably provides predictable, accurate monitoring of gas emissions and imminent hazard situations in industrial facilities. Mounting environmental legislation places greater demands on managers of industrial facilities to maintain ...


    By Apprion, Inc.

  • Enviro Technology predicts air quality will move up the political agenda in 2012

    The next 12 months will see a substantial increase in awareness of the issue of air quality in the UK and a renewed focus on solving the problem, according to air quality monitoring experts, Enviro Technology.  With poor air quality now shortening the life expectancy of people in the UK by an average of seven to eight months and costing society up to £20 billion per year ...

  • 2011 predictions for EPA`s office of .chemical safety and pollution prevention

    The Acta Group, L.L.C.'s (Acta) thoughts are below on what may be headed our way in 2011 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP). In short, the general trends established by the Obama Administration during the past two years are expected to continue notwithstanding the 2010 election results. At the same time, the impact of ...


    By Acta Group

  • Office-related carbon emissions surge

    The office is becoming a major driver of climate change. Despite ongoing efforts to improve energy efficiency in the workplace, the world's growing reliance on the Internet is leading to a rapid increase in greenhouse gas emissions. The energy required to power all the world's computers, data storage, and communications networks is expected to double by 2020, according to a new McKinsey & Company ...

  • Frost & Sullivan recognizes Pavilion Technologies for innovation in the air emission control and monitoring market

    Based on its recent analysis of the air emission control market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Pavilion Technologies, a Rockwell Automation company, with the 2009 North American Frost & Sullivan Industry Innovation & Advancement of the Year Award. Pavilion Technologies leverages the skills of its development team, expert process designs, and cutting-edge patented technology to offer ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Emission trading in Australia: call for more science involvement

    With the final Garnaut report due in late September, and the Federal Government’s White Paper and exposure draft legislation due later in 2008, the pace of ETS policy development has been rapid. Some experts feel that the decisions made now to appease business or electoral interests will have significant impacts over the coming decades. The Garnaut draft report called for an Australian emissions ...

  • Eating insects `could cut greenhouse gas emissions`

    Dining on crickets, locusts, or even cockroaches, instead of cattle or pigs, could ease both food insecurity and climate change, according to researchers. Insects caught in the wild are already eaten widely in the developing world. Now a study says that farming them on a large scale for food would damage the environment far less than equivalent livestock production. Scientists compared emissions, ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Meteorological Monitoring Alert – Psd Permitting

    AERMOD has replaced ISC in most cases as the preferred air dispersion model for use in PSD/regulatory permitting. AERMOD uses current science to predict the impact of air emissions from multiple sources at receptors located near points of interest. The AERMOD has the ability to use site-specific meteorological parameters to account for variation in wind and stability due to nearby structures, ...

  • New APP for gas monitoring staff

    The Gasmet APP is now available free of charge on both iOS and Android Smartphones, providing anyone with an interest in gas monitoring with quick and easy access to an enormous volume of highly useful information. The APP contains a link to a library of information on 500+ compounds providing IR spectra in addition to chemical formula, molecular weight, boiling point etc. ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • Envisat makes first observation of CO2 from manmade emissions

    Using data from the SCIAMACHY instrument aboard ESA's Envisat environmental satellite, scientists have for the first time detected regionally elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide – the most important greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming – originating from manmade emissions. More than 30 billion tonnes of extra carbon dioxide (CO2) is released into the atmosphere annually by ...


    By European Space Agency (ESA)

  • New EU report will call for 90% capture of CO2 emissions by 2015

    You may have heard about 'Carbon Capture and Storage' - it's a way of keeping CO2 from entering the atmosphere and contributing to global warming. Last year a proposed Europe-wide directive was proposed, which would regulate the emerging practice. British Liberal Chris Davies is preparing a report calling for it to be mandatory. He wants all new coal burning power stations to be required to ...


    By European Parliament

  • Air Pollutant Emission-Rate Software for Industrial Sources is Now Available

    The need for accurate methods of quantifying industrial-source emission rates of methane and other greenhouse gases (GHGs), as well as other air pollutants, has never been greater, both domestically and abroad.  Today, Minnich and Scotto, Inc. (www.msiair.net) announces the availability of e-Calc© – an emissions-calculation software package to yield ...


    By Minnich and Scotto, Inc.

  • Air pollution monitoring model takes off in Australia

    “The Air Pollution Model (TAPM) increases our ability to pinpoint pollutant behaviour in a wider range of atmospheric conditions,” says CSIRO’s Dr Peter Hurley. ”Over the coming years the new model will continue to fill a gap between simple air pollution dispersion models and the much more complex earth system models such as The Australian Community Climate and Earth-System Simulator (ACCESS).” ...

  • Monitor Tech awarded CEMS project to replace PEMS at Badger state ethanol.

    MonitorTech has been awarded the CEMS project for Badger State Ethanol in Monroe, Wisconsin. Monitor Tech's MT100 CEMS will be replacing the PEMS (Predictive Emissions Monitoring system). The MT100 will be monitoring NOx, CO and 02. Monitor Tech will also provide quarterly Cylinder Gas Audits (CGA) and maintenance. Monitor Tech supplies all the cal gases required for the CGA audits. Monitor ...


    By Monitor Tech Corporation LLC

  • Monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) a major theme at the UN climate negotiations

    More than 190 countries gathered in Lima, Peru in December 2014 to debate a future agreement to limit our carbon emissions to avoid dangerous climate change. Members of the Centre for Carbon Measurement at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) attended and presented its work to measure and verify greenhouse gas emissions and to follow the debate about how progress will be measured in the ...

  • New Study Forecasts Rapid Growth in IT for the UK to Meet its Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Targets

    Study Predicts New ‘IT For Emissions Reduction (IT4ER)’ Market Will Be Worth $9.74 Billion in the UK by 2020 and Will Grow at 3.5 Times Faster Than the Current Wider UK IT Market Due to the Impact of UK Government Targets. A new study by sustainable innovation specialists, Cambium LLP, is forecasting that IT will be key to the UK meeting its carbon emissions reduction targets ...


    By Cambium LLP

  • Questions and Answers on the European Commission`s proposal to revise the EU Emissions Trading System

    1) What is the aim of emissions trading? The aim of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is to help EU Member States achieve their commitments to limit or reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a cost-effective way. Allowing participating companies to buy or sell emission allowances means that emission cuts can be achieved at least cost. The EU ETS is the cornerstone of the EU's ...

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