CEM 2016 focuses on industrial emissions
CEM 2016, the international industrial emissions monitoring event, will run over three days in Lisbon from 18th to 20th May. Organiser Marcus Pattison says: “CEM 2016 is a technical event, providing an opportunity for experts to share knowledge and experience in order to further improve the accuracy, relevance and reliability of industrial emissions monitoring.”
Comprised of a technical conference and an international exhibition, CEM 2016 (www.cem.uk.com) is the 12th in a series of events that began in 1997. Since that time, the event has taken place in a variety of countries including the UK, Netherlands, Denmark, France, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic and Turkey. However, Marcus says: “The objective has always been the same; CEM events were created to provide the latest information on technologies, methods, applications, legislation and standards in relation to the measurement of atmospheric pollutants including particulates, SO2, NOx, CO, CO2, VOCs, trace pollutants and greenhouse gases.”
The Conference will feature speakers from 13 countries and the Exhibition will include over 50 of the world’s leading providers of measurement technology and analytical services, in addition to regulators and standards organisations. As a result, visitors to CEM 2016 will be able to access the latest help and advice on the regulations that affect their sector, the methods that apply to their processes, the applicable standards and the latest technologies for achieving accurate reliable measurement data that meets the requirements of their environmental permit.
Registration is now open at www.cem.uk.com/conference-registration/
and delegates are able to register for single days or for the whole event, which runs over 2½ days. An early-bird rate applies to registrations until 15th April. For those visitors that only wish to visit the Exhibition and poster presentations, a small daily fee applies, which includes lunch and refreshments.
Summarising Marcus says: “With reference to air pollution and climate change, the automotive industry is keen to highlight the significance of industrial emissions, so it is vital that industry continues to provide ‘real-world’ data that can be trusted, and CEM 2016 is designed to help achieve that goal. We are therefore greatly looking forward to welcoming the emissions monitoring world to Lisbon in May 2016.”