Ryan Goater

ENVEA , United Kingdom


Ryan has worked consistently within the environmental sector since graduating in Environmental Science in 1995. Having focussed on the fields of pollution and legislation in his academic studies, Ryan started his professional career by becoming a stack emissions tester.

Following five years stack emissions testing, Ryan progressed to managing the teams and took on a Technical Sales role. Moving to a larger, multinational consultancy the sales role progressed into managing the emissions monitoring teams and achieving the office’s initial MCERTS accreditation.

Joining ENVEA in 2008, Ryan brought his industrial and regulatory knowledge to the instrumentation field, where he progressed from a UK based sales role to currently managing the EMEA region for ENVEA’s complete portfolio of Environmental and Process monitoring products and services.

In recent years Ryan has presented at several international conferences and exhibitions, including CEM Europe and India, alongside delivering training programmes to national regulatory bodies on emission monitoring solutions.

Short description about presentation:

The demands on the Energy from Waste (EfW) 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 ENVEA 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 EfW, this presentation 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.

This presentation will also show how complete Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) can help demonstrate to both regulators and the local community the controls that minimise the environmental impact from EfW processes.”