Water resistance

Raleigh, Patrick
November 2010
Process Engineering;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p43
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the progress of Monitoring Certification (MCERTS) from Environment Agency (EA) emissions-to-water scheme in Great Britain. It mentions that the scheme comprises both emission to air and emissions to water which considered by EA as benchmark of performance. It notes that the emissions-to-air scheme was established in 1996 which product certification for continuous emission-monitoring systems (CEMS) and continuous ambient air-monitoring systems (CAMS).


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