|Abstract Title:||Total Environmental and Process Control in Waste to Energy: Case Study|
|Presenter Name:||Mr Jamie Jeffs|
|Co-authors:||Mr Sam Thorneycroft|
Abstract Information :
The demands on the waste to energy sector to achieve and demonstrate ever decreasing emissions of process gases and particulates, both for regulatory compliance and in the interests of social responsibility, requires an effective and complete monitoring solution that can both accurately report and proactively manage emissions to air. This workshop will demonstrate how, together, ENVEA-PCME Ltd and a1-cbiss, can provide a complete solution which enables Process Operators to improve their process efficiency, control abatement processes, monitor and report emissions to meet regulatory requirements and demonstrate these controls to the local community.
With recent draft Best Available Techniques Conclusions (BATC) signalling a further decrease in Emission Limit Values in Waste Incineration, this workshop will show how, by utilising precision instrumentation from within the ENVEA range, operators can monitor further back into the process enabling early warnings for changes in dosing or the performance of abatement and being able to more effectively manage their process before breaches of permit conditions can occur.
The recent publication of the Environment Agency responses to Waste Incineration Pressure Groups over concerns to public health from plant emissions highlights the importance of being able to demonstrate environmental controls. This workshop will also show how a complete CEM's system can help demonstrate to both regulators and the local community the controls that minimise the environmental impact from Waste to Energy processes.