Publisher description for Continuous emission monitoring / James A. Jahnke.
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Continuous emission monitoring (CEM) is the continuous measurement of pollutant gases and particulate matter from industrial sources. The EPA mandated CEM for all industries in 1996, to take place by 2000, making continuous emission monitoring a basic fact of life for all environmental engineers involved in air pollution control. Written by one of the best-known experts in the field, this practical reference discusses every aspect of CEM, explaining how commercial systems actually work and system options, as well as the latest breakthroughs, laying out the advantages and disadvantages of each. The book features detailed guidance on record keeping and reports, including using data loggers and strip chart recorders.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Continuous emission monitoring