CEM India 2019

CEM India 2019 - Conference Programme

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CEM India will provide delegates and visitors in depth information on Indian regulation and policy, monitoring guidelines, calibration and quality control over the three days on emission from Industrial Processes.

The sessions have been focused on:
  • Pollution monitoring regulations and practices
  • Manual stack monitoring, technological innovations and experiences
  • Guidelines for continuous emission, water and effluent quality monitoring
  • Monitoring Techniques and their suitability: Particulate
  • Monitoring Techniques and their suitability: Combustion gases including NOx, SO2, CO and CO2
  • Monitoring Techniques and their suitability: Trace species for metals, mercury and dioxins
  • Monitoring Techniques and their suitability: Water and effluent quality parameters

  • Quality assurance regulations and practices for continuous emission and effluent quality monitoring system
  • Calibration and operation and maintenance of continuous emission, water and effluent quality monitors
  • Real-time data collection, handling, interpretation and utilisation

  • Industry case studies on pollution monitoring

Within the sessions there will presentations from many International and Indian speakers on theory, practice and case studies relevant to the Indian market.

Day 1 (Tuesday 24 September 2019) - Sessions (Regulation, Continuous Emission Monitoring, VOC Monitoring)
Time Topic Speaker Country
10:00-10:10 Opening Remarks Rod Robinson
NPL
United Kingdom
10:10-11:00 Inauguration and Lamp lightening Prakash Javdekar
Hon'ble Union Minister, MoEF&CC
(TBC)
India
S.P.Singh Parihar, Chairman, CPCB (TBC) India
Paritosh C. Tyagi, Former Chairman, CPCB (TBC) India
S.P.Gautam, Former Chairman, CPCB (TBC) India
Chandra Bhushan, Dy. Director General, CSE India
Coffee Break (11:00-11:30)
Time Topic Bio Speaker Country
Session: Regulation (Chair: B. Sengupta, Former MS, CPCB)
11.30-11:50 Journey of real-time monitoring in India: from regulation to practice Sanjeev K Kanchan
Knowledge Lens
India
11:50-12:10 Case study on industrial pollution & monitoring of paradip, Odisha Twinkle Mohanty
Odisha State Pollution Control Board
India
12:10-12:30 Continuous Emission Monitoring in India - Long way to go Abhijit Pathak
Central Pollution Control Board
India
12:30-12:50 Update on Stack monitoring research and method development in Europe Rod Robinson
NPL
United Kingdom
12:50-13:10 Ganga Tarang: A tool (Central Software Platform) for remote monitoring of sewage management assets John Thomas
Gopa Infra GmbH
India
Lunch (13:10-14:00)
Session: Continuous Emission Monitoring (Chair: J.S Kamyotra, Former MS , CPCB)
14:00-14:20 Gas Sampling & Conditioning for challenging Pollutants and Conditions Roland Zepeck
JCT Analysentechnik
Austria
14:20-14:40 Gas CEMs Technologies for optimization of Emission Control Systems Jerome Laplagne
ENVEA
France
14:40-15:00 Gas Sampling and Conditioning: The hidden Champion in CEMS Systems Jörg Erens
AGT-PSG
Germany
15:00-15:20 Hot Topic DeNOx and Waste to Energy Wojciech Trzaskalik
Siemens AG / Adage Automation
Germany
Coffee Break (15:30-16:00)
Session: VOC Monitoring
16:00-16:20 Automatic and continuous monitoring of VOCs, sulfur compounds and odor in ambient and industrial air using autoGC analyzers Louis Vivola
Chromatotec
France
16:20-16:40 Continuous monitoring of VOCs - techniques and experiences Suresh Kumar
Knowledge Lens
India
16:40-17:00 From particulate matter to VOC: an evolution of global environmental awareness Terry Buckland
Markes International
United Kingdom
Day 2 (Wednesday 25 September 2019) - Sessions (Particulate Monitoring,Water and Effluent)
Time Topic Bio Speaker Country
Session Chair : Prashant Gargava, MS, CPCB
10:00-10:20 Quality Assurance (QA/QC) Plan for Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) Sushil Kumar Tyagi
Central Pollution Control Board (MoEFCC)
India
10:20-10:40 Measurement of stationary source emissions - Requirements for measurement sections and sites and for the measurement objective, plan and report. Bernhard Thull
TUV SUD Industrie Service
Germany
10:40-11:00 Venting technologies for reducing vapour losses Jaiarti Rai
Protego India
India
Coffee Break (11:00-11:30)
Session: Particulate Monitoring
11.30-11:50 Don't Just Monitor, Control Your PM Robert Baxter
B3 Systems
United States
11:50-12:10 Particulate Monitoring in Saturated Wet Stacks Ryan Goater
ENVEA
United Kingdom
12:10-12:30 Dust Monitoring in Fertilizer plant Uwe Altermann
Sick AG
Germany
12:30-12:50 Choosing the right measurement technology for a PM-CEMS Derek Stuart
AMETEK Land
United States
Lunch (13:00-13:50)
Session Chair : A Sudhakar, Scientist E, CPCB
13:50-14:10 Big data and Artificial intelligence enable best use of real time pollution monitoring in India Sudheesh Narayanan
Knowledge Lens
India
14:10-14:30 In-situ tunable laser for DENOX process control Marco Meer
M&C Techgroup
Germany
14:30-14:50 Photonic System for Real Time Remote Monitoring of Air Quality Biren Shah
CATS ECOSYSTEMS
India
14:50-15:10 Monitoring of variation in mass of the PM 2.5 and P M 10 and other gaseous data at Vasundhara, Ghaziabad,UP,India :A case study Sangeeta Agarwal
SSV College Hapur
India
15:10-15:30 Dealing with moisture in flue gases - Novel in-situ measurement technique Satyanarayanan Seshadri
IIT Madras
India
Coffee Break (15:30-16:00)
Session: Water and Effluent
16:00-16:20 Monitoring Techniques and their suitability: Water and effluent quality parameters Nakul Jain
Axis Solutions
India
16:20-16:40 Rotary cell length Modulation based UV Visible absorption technology for Water and effluent quality parameters Antriksh Singh Rajput
Horiba
India
16:40-17:00 Development of a Near Real Time Monitor for Metals in Waste Water Using X-ray Fluorescence Krag Petterson
Cooper Environmental
United States
Day 3 (Thursday 26 September 2019) - Sessions (Mercury and Dioxin Monitoring, Monitoring Combustion Gases)
Time Topic Bio Speaker Country
Session: Mercury and Dioxin Monitoring (Chair: Rod Robinson,NPL)
10:00-10:20 Mercury monitoring in thermal power plant Bhavya Srivastava
Thermo Fisher Scientific
India
10:20-10:40 Mercury emission monitoring in coal-fired power plants Sarah Luehmann
DURAG
Germany
10:40-11:00 Continuous Dioxin Emission Monitoring by Long Term Sampling - A potential tool to reduce industrial dioxin emission in India? Juergen Reinmann
ENVEA Deutschland
Germany
11:00-11.20 Isokinetic Sampling for Dioxins and Furans via US EPA Method 23 Amit Badlani
Go Green Mechanisms
India
Coffee Break (11:20-11.50)
Session: Continuous Emissions Monitoring
11:50-12.10 Combination of OFCEAS TDL Spectroscopy and Low Pressure sampling, the future of emission monitoring David Chauvel
AP2E Durag
France
12:10-12:30 Emissions Monitoring Solutions for Emerging Markets Ravi Narayan
Ohio Lumex
United States
12:30-12:50 Role of the China National Environment Monitoring Centre (CNEMC) in Developing the CEMS Ecosystem in China Craig Sunada
Perma Pure
United States
12:50-13:10 Continuous emission monitoring system in India: challenges and way forward Shobhit Srivastava
Centre for Science and Environment
India
Lunch (13:00-14:00)
Session: Monitoring Combustion Gases (Chair: Vinod Babu, Scientist E, CPCB)
14:00-14:20 Innovative & reliable continuous emission monitoring technology Pritesh M Shah
Prima Equipment
India
14:20-14:40 Waste to energy Uwe Altermann
Sick AG
Germany
14:40-15:00 Quantum Cascade Lasers for In-situ Measurements Anish Bekal
Forbes Marshall
India
15:00-15:20 Advance NDIR based Monitoring Technology for Combustion gases NOx, SO2, CO and CO2 Prakash Abhyankar
HORIBA
India
15:20-15:40 Monitoring technique and their suitability: Combustion gases including NOx, SO2, CO and C02 Aakash Kumar Gupta
Odisha Power Generation Corporation
India
Coffee Break (15:40-16:00)
16:00 - 16:50Panel discussion and Wrap-up
16:50 - 17:00Wrap and Vote of Thanks by Rod Robinson