Conference, workshops and exhibition focusing on air quality monitoring to be held on 12-13 October 2005 at the Bretby Conference Centre, UK
MCerts 2005 is an event consisting of a conference, workshops and exhibition, that focuses on air quality monitoring.
It is jointly organised by the Environment Agency for England and Wales, the Source Testing Association, and Environmental Technology (Publications), and is designed to provide industry with help and guidance on how to manage the impacts of regulatory and standardisation activities that have resulted from a range of EU Directives.
The conference and workshops will deal with issues relating to air quality in stack emissions, the ambient environment, and in the workplace.
Presentations will include topical subjects such as CEMS, BS EN 14181, dioxin monitoring, discontinuous monitoring, particulate monitor calibration, manual stack monitoring, and the certification of monitoring staff.
BS EN 14181 is a standard relating to stationary source emissions and is one of the most significant and demanding standards to be developed by CEN, with far-reaching consequences for regulators, equipment manufacturers, test houses and process operators.
Delegate numbers at the 2004 event were up by 50% over the previous year, and as such the organisers anticipate that 2005 will also be a sell-out.
95% of the exhibition stands have already been sold, it says.