Continuous Particulate Monitoring
Our stack monitoring solutions incorporate triboelectric, opacity and light based technologies to provide the right data, when you need it.
Depending on your requirement, we may use either quantitive or indicative dust measurement techniques to help you maintain compliance. Our quantitative measurement techniques provide you with live digital dust concentration readings either on a module, or through a data acquisition system. Our indicative measurement techniques can also be integrated into a module or data acquisition system, but provide an analogue measurement.
Bag burst detection
Our bag burst detection services make use of indicative techniques to alert you of any bag bursts or leaks. We calibrate our detection systems in line with your processes, and set them to trigger when anomalous dust concentrations are detected.
Our alarming systems are designed to keep you aware of any consent breaches, as they occur. We can pre-programme alarms to trigger progressively at different levels depending on your consent limits. Progressive alarms allow you time to prevent full consent breaches before they occur. Our alarming systems can comprise of both audio and visual beacons when necessary, and can be installed locally to the point of measurement, or situated in a more suitable remote location.
One of our main specialities lies in the maintenance and service of monitoring equipment and systems, regardless of make or model. Our expert engineering team are fully trained to conduct proactive maintenance either on your existing equipment, or equipment we have specified. We also provide calibration, repairs and part replacement on all makes and models of Continuous Emissions Monitors available in the market.
Permitting and Licensing
Our Advisory team can support you with existing or future permits and licenses in compliance with the Environmental Permitting Regulations 2016. With our support we can take the stress away and make the process as seamless as possible.
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Updated permitting requirements are still being overlooked by many businesses across the UK, potentially putting them at risk of prosecution by the regulators. Do you know whether you need to comply? Use our handy tool below to see if you need a permit.
National Marine Week 2021
The 24th of July to the 8th of August is “National Marine Week” and aims to encourage us to celebrate our seaside wildlife. In celebration of our marine life, local events are taking place along the UK's coast such as rock-pooling, snorkelling and even dolphin surveys, detailed on The Wildlife Trusts' website.