Frequently Asked Questions

How is CEMS data used?

CEMS emissions data is provided to the federal and local environmental agencies to enforce the rule mandates including the required reductions in the amount of pollutants released

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What is CEMS Analytical Technology?

CEMS analytical techniques are based on the measurement of both physical and chemical properties of the parameters of interest.

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Need for CEMS?

Industries like Power plants, Cement, Fertilizers, Iron & Steel, Chlor-alkali, Pharma, Petroleum Refineries, Pesticides,

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What does a typical CEMS consist of?

There are a variety of different sampling and analyzing methods and protocols when it comes to installing a CEMS at regulated industrial facilities.

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How does a Continuous Emission Monitoring System Work?

A continuous emission monitoring system provides a means to monitor the stack exhaust emissions on a continuous basis and report the pollutant emissions data as required to EPA and local authorities.

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What must be monitored and reported by a CEMS?

Nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission rate, sulfur dioxide (SO2) mass emissions, carbon dioxide (CO2) mass emissions, and heat input.

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