Flaring and the Implications on Pollution
By Engaged ExpertMark Elliott
With almost 30 years of experience, Mark is instantly recognizable in the emissions industry. He brings reliable, honest and insightful decision-making expertise to the table, and demands a culture of safety within the team.
By Engaged ExpertJames Eldridge
With almost 20 years of experience in the industrial emissions sector, James brings a high level of technical expertise to the team.
In this white paper, we focus on the implications of pollution linked to biogas flaring from landfill, sewage, and anaerobic digestion sites. Flaring is a common practice used as a safety feature to burn gas (such as CO2 SO2 and CH4) rather than release it directly into the atmosphere.
Download our white paper to learn more about the necessity of flare emissions monitoring, permit compliance, and how monitoring is carried out.
Also, discover how the patented Phoenix Mast system allows emissions monitoring to take place without the need for scaffolding or working at height.
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