CEM the continuous emissions monitoring conference and exhibition started in the united kingdom started in 1997 and has been held in The Netherlands, Denmark, France, Switzerland, Italy, The Czech Republic, Turkey, Portugal, India and Hungary. Poland was chosen as the ideal location for 2022 due to its economic strength which has been growing steadily over the past 27 years which is a record high in the EU and the most impressive performance in Central Europe .Poland is the eighth largest economy in Europe and is the largest amongst the former Eastern Bloc members of the European Union. Poland has pursued a policy of economic liberalization and its economy was the only one in the EU to avoid recession through the 2007-2008 economic downturn. Poland's main industrial base is concentrated around the Coal, chemical, Petrochemical, textile, fertilizer, car, shipping and iron and steel industries.
Dust measurement at low concentrations, Emission regulation and future monitoring challenges, Fence line monitoring & measurement of fugitive/diffuse emissions, Gaseous species at low concentrations (HCl, HF, NH3, SO3, CH4, N2O, CHOH, TOC...), Green House Gases, Hydrogen in flue gas, Innovative Measurement Technology, Industrial Case Studies (Power industry, Cement industry, Metal industry, Chemical Industry, Glass industry, Minerals and Mining, Waste Management and Incineration), Mercury and Trace Metals, Standards and Quality (Including Measurement Uncertainty and Limits of Detection)
Visitors and delegates to the CEM events come from a range of industries around the world that have a common goal and the need to monitor emissions from their plants or processes. At the last CEM in Budapest, there was a significant increase in both numbers of visitor attendees and exhibitors. Visitor numbers rose by 14% travelling from 42 different countries and exhibitor numbers rose to over 60 representing the main international CEM equipment and service suppliers . The CEM event provided visitors and delegates a wealth of information on Emission regulation, future monitoring challenges, standards and quality procedures, dust measurement, measuring gaseous species, mercury and trace metals monitoring, fence line and fugitive monitoring as well as innovative and new measurement technologies. These themes will be expanded for CEM 2022.