Short Course: Industrial Air Pollution Monitoring
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Short Course: Industrial Air Pollution Monitoring

The Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Leeds invite you to attend this course.

24/02/2020 to 26/02/2020
When: Monday, 24 - Wednesday, 26 February 2020
All day
Where: Weetwood Hall Conference Centre and Hotel
Otley Road
Leeds, West Yorkshire  LS16 5PS
United Kingdom

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This 3-day course focuses on general management issues, including legislation, compliance with authorisation conditions, quality assurance and control. You’ll gain perspectives from all sides – regulators, industrial emitters and contract source testing organisations. You’ll also look at measurement and analytical techniques. Gaseous and particulate emissions will be covered and both extractive sampling and in situ methods will be discussed. Towards the end of the course there will be a workshop on calculation methods, something which is relevant to everyone involved in emissions monitoring.

 

What will I learn?
This course focuses on general management issues, including legislation, compliance with authorisation conditions, quality assurance and control. You’ll gain perspectives from all sides – regulators, industrial emitters and contract source testing organisations. You’ll also look at measurement and analytical techniques. Gaseous and particulate emissions will be covered and both extractive sampling and in situ methods will be discussed. Towards the end of the course there will be a workshop on calculation methods, something which is relevant to everyone involved in emissions monitoring.


How will I benefit?
Whether you’re new to the field or looking to update your knowledge, you’ll gain a broad overview of industrial air pollution monitoring. You’ll have the opportunity to meet equipment and services providers.
If you’re a stack tester requiring personal certification under the Environment Agency's MCERTS scheme, the sessions on Day One are particularly relevant to MCERTS level 2 (team leaders). Day Two is particularly relevant to MCERTS Technical Endorsements 1 (particles), 2 (trace species) and 3 (manual methods for gases). Sessions on Day Three are particularly relevant to MCERTS Technical Endorsement 4 (instrumental methods for gases).

 

Who Should Attend?

This course is for you if you have an interest in industrial air pollution monitoring and will be particularly useful if you’re:

  • an environmental manager
  • an environmental consultant
  • an Environment Agency/SEPA officer
  • a control and instrumentation specialist
  • a contract testing engineer
  • a works chemist or engineer with responsibility for emissions
  • an operator of plant subject to PPC/EPR authorisation.

 


To find out more and book your place, please visit the University of Leeds website

 

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