International Environmental Technology (IET) is the market leading environmental journal for companies wishing to market their products into Europe, Africa and the Middle East. IET aims to introduce and promote the latest environmental monitoring, testing products and services to our readers. Each issue of IET features the latest new products and technology as well breaking news stories and problem solving application articles. The magazine is complimented by monthly e-newsletters and a website which is updated on a daily basis.
Over the past 25 years the STA and our members have shaped the way emission monitoring is carried out not only in the UK but also worldwide, this has been managed by the STA task groups. Our health and safety task group was initially set up in 1996 and is our longest running task group, closely followed by the Quality and Technical task group. Over the year’s we have added to the groups to include Process Operators, Equipment Suppliers, Small Business and the three newest task groups, Low Particulate Monitoring (LPM), HCL and 14181 task groups, the aim of each of these groups is to identify and address challenges and potential issues. The participation and contributions from our members who represent all sectors of our industry and the regulators from England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland is invaluable and helps drive and shape the way of our industry.
The Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) is one of Asia’s leading not-for-profit policy research institutions. The Council uses data, integrated analysis, and strategic outreach to explain – and change – the use, reuse, and misuse of resources. It prides itself on the independence of its high-quality research, develops partnerships with public and private institutions, and engages with the wider public. In 2021, CEEW once again featured extensively across ten categories in the 2020 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report, including being ranked as South Asia’s top think tank (15th globally) in our category for the eighth year in a row. The Council has also been consistently ranked among the world’s top climate change think tanks. CEEW was certified a Great Place To Work® in 2020 and 2021. Follow us on Twitter @CEEWIndia for the latest updates.
International Forum for Environment, Sustainability & Technology (iFOREST) is an independent non-profit environmental research and innovation organisation. Started by a group of renowned scientists and environmentalists, it seeks to find, promote and scale-up solutions for some of the most pressing environment–development challenges. It also endeavours to make environmental protection a peoples’ movement by informing and engaging the citizenry in important issues and programs.
CEMEG-INDIA "Continuous Emission Monitoring Expert Group- India"
CEMEG-INDIA stands for "Continuous Emission Monitoring Expert Group- India". The International Centre for Sustainable Carbon (ICSC, UK) conceptualised and created this technical platform, in collaboration with the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW, India), to help overcome obstacles and leverage the benefit of proper CEMS implementation for better compliance checks and environmental governance in India.
CEMEG-INDIA members comprise CEMS technical experts, users, and enthusiasts from diverse stakeholder groups, including environmental regulators, industries, research institutions, technology providers, data service providers, laboratories, industry associations and independent consultants from India. International technical associations such as the Source Testing Association (STA, UK) and the Source Evaluation Society (SES, USA) and known international experts are also involved in this expert group for technical support and guidance. The CEMEG-INDIA is meant to provide a stakeholder platform for brainstorming on various aspects of CEMS, developing cooperation, finding solutions, and helping towards its better implementation in India. Whereas it will provide evidence-based inputs to support the regulatory agencies towards better CEMS implementation, it will also be tendering continuous guidance and support to CEMS operators and users.
The US Department of State (USDoS) provided initial support through ICSC, UK to conceptualise the CEMEG-INDIA initiative. The expert group is expected to transform into a member-based, self-sufficient, not-for-profit technical association. CEMEG-INDIA is currently being hosted at CEEW, Delhi office. Mr Sanjeev K Kanchan (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Member Convenor (Governing Council) for CEMEG-INDIA.