CEM 2018, the international emissions monitoring event, will take place in Budapest from 16th to 18th May, and the organisers are delighted to report that the number of visitor registrations is growing fast. With 51 speakers from 11 countries, the CEM 2018 conference has wide international appeal and this is reflected in the registered visitors, which will be coming to Hungary from all over the world.
Registration can be conducted online at www.ilmexhibitions.com/cem/registration/ with options to attend the full Conference and Exhibition, or individual days, and even half days. In addition, for those that only wish to visit the Exhibition, day passes are available, which include lunch and refreshments.
The CEM 2018 international Exhibition will run alongside the Conference, with over 60 stands featuring most of the world’s leading organisations in emissions monitoring and control.
The conference will provide an overview of regulations in the European Union, covering emissions from the process and power industries, but also including emissions from road, river and sea transport. Issues such as standardization, calibration and quality assurance will be addressed, in addition to sessions on innovative measurement technologies. On the second day there will be two parallel sessions. The first will address the monitoring and abatement of mercury, fine particulates and gaseous species at low concentrations. The alternative session will address fugitive and fence-line monitoring. Abstracts are available for all of the presentations at the CEM 2018 website: www.ilmexhibitions.com/cem/conference-programme/ .
Visitors to CEM 2018 will include anyone with a professional interest in emissions to air from industry, vehicles and ships. This will include regulators, process operators, manufacturers, fleet operators, energy companies, engine manufacturers, waste management organisations, standards organisations, testing contractors, academia, researchers, instrument manufacturers, analytical companies, abatement companies and many more.