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Key Takeaways From Latest IPCC Assessment Report

“We are at a crossroads. The decisions we make now can secure a liveable future. We have the tools and know-how required to limit warming,” said IPCC Chair Hoesung Lee. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change or IPCC recently published the very anticipated third and final installment of their Sixth IPCC Assessment Report on the …

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4 Unique Carbon Footprint Reduction Solutions

In the face of climate change, many companies are trying to implement global change. The world’s leading companies claim to be hyper-focused on sustainability, but companies are often not aware of their operations’ comprehensive environmental impact – and therefore cannot set appropriate sustainability targets. Many businesses have no way of measuring their carbon footprint, and …

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What is a PEMS?

What is a PEMS? Software-based Predictive Emission Monitoring Systems (PEMS) gained popularity over the past decade as a viable alternative to CEMS by eliminating the need for specialized hardware through the utilization of predictive software capabilities. This in turn reduces the capital and operating expenses of running a CEMS. PEMS fall into two categories: Theoretical …

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Evolution of the Emissions Monitoring Landscape

In the wake of growing environmental concerns, regulatory bodies around the world are tightening regulations and requirements for industrial facilities to monitor and limit their impact on the environment. Many industries and processes that were previously unregulated are now required to meet stringent continuous emissions monitoring requirements at the local, state, national, and global level. …

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What is a CEMS?

What is a CEMS? CEMS, or Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems, are a traditional hardware-based solution for monitoring and emissions, where air samples are collected from the source using sensors and measured by physical analyzers. The different types of CEMS can be categorized into Dilution, In-situ and FTIR CEMS. No matter the type of CEMS, they …

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