Testing of fumes from large-scale biomass combustion
Both the Industrial Emissions Directive and the Medium Combustion Plant Directive require periodic monitoring of emissions, and these must be carried out by companies which have the appropriate accreditation (e.g. MCERTS).
However, whilst Whitebeam does not have this accreditation we are able to give our customers an indication of their emissions which is often a good idea in advance of an official test.
Monitoring emissions is also an important stage of the calibration of SCR systems and the sign-off of any new installation. SCR systems may incorporate emissions sensors and a data-logging facility which can be accessed remotely if required.
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Specialists in reducing air pollution
Whitebeam specialises in managing air pollution using catalytic converters for cooking and biomass combustion.