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Stack Emissions Monitoring (MCERTS & UKAS)

Stack Emissions Monitoring (MCERTS & UKAS)

If any part of your process emits pollution to the atmosphere, then you need to carry out Stack Emissions Monitoring to comply with the requirements set out in your operational permit.

Whether your requirement comes under national legislation such as the Environmental Permitting Regulations (2010) or Industrial Emissions Directive (2011), or under Local Authority Pollution Control (LAPC), EnviroDat can support you with a fully comprehensive service.

We’ll deliver a professional testing and monitoring service that covers the whole process, from the moment you make contact with us right through to the production of an independently accredited report. We can also provide consultancy and expert advice.

We’ll quickly and effectively identify your requirements, and work closely with you to achieve a successful monitoring campaign. Conducting work under MCERTS/UKAS accreditation, we’ll provide accurate, timely and cost-effective monitoring data to meet your needs.

Alongside testing for permit compliance, we can help operators to exploit our monitoring expertise for plant process efficiency trials, plant optimisation and abatement efficiency checks, which leads to cost savings and increased output.

We're the experts because

Stack Emissions Testing and Monitoring is our specialism. We have more than 25 years of experience in compliance monitoring and testing across a wide range of sectors including waste-to-energy, landfill, chemical, incineration and power.

At EnviroDat, we take accreditation very seriously. Our UKAS and MCERTS accredited engineers are highly trained technical experts with a thorough understanding of the Environmental Permitting Regulations and plant operations, so we can intelligently interpret your results to offer you the highest standard of service.

Our fully qualified engineers can conduct a wide range of analyses, all to internationally recognised standards. These include:

  • Combustion gases (CO, CO2, NOx, O2, SO2)
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
  • Siloxanes
  • Fuel quality sampling and analysis
  • Total particulate matter
  • Particulate sizing (PM1, PM2.5, PM10)
  • Dioxins and furans
  • PCBs and PAH
  • Isocyanates (HDI, IPDI, MDI, TDI)
  • Heavy metals (including mercury)
  • Halides and halogens (HCI, HF etc)
"Really good at co-ordinating and collaborating well with engineering contractors on-site, which is key"
Anaerobic Digestion company