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Central Pollution Control Board directed the State Pollution Control Boards and Pollution Control Committees for monitoring of the Air polluting gasses of the 17 categories of highly polluting industries ( pesticides, zinc, copper, aluminium, petrochemicals, the pharmaceutical industry, sugar, tanneries, power plants, iron and steel, cement, oil refineries, fertilizer, chloral alkali plants, dye and dye intermediate units, and pulp and paper)

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  • As per CPCB and SPCB Guidelines for CEMS measurements should be on a 24/7 basis.
  • Pollutant concentration measured directly, with measurements displayed in the standards-mandated units of ppm, mg/m3, or volume%.
  • Digital connectivity with a remote computer and analyzer for data collecting, recording, and reporting must support RS232, RS485, Ethernet, and USB communication connectors.
  • In the case of made-in-India analyzers, the analyzer must be certified (by globally renowned organizations like TÜV, MCERTS, or USEPA); it must operate on technologies compliant with CPCB regulations; and industry must submit a letter outlining the analyzer's operating principle.
  • Analyser working principle should be as per the CPCB Guidelines for Stack Monitoring.
  • Understanding Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS)

    Regulatory authorities frequently require industries to install CEMS to monitor their emissions and ensure compliance with air quality standards and environmental regulations. These integrated systems (Analyser, Data logger, Vendor software, and Regulatory bodies Portals) are known as CEMS. CEMS gathers the Emissions data from the site and pushes that data to the regulator bodies using the internet and communication protocols.

    Components of a CEMS

    Gas analyzer

    These are the primary parts that measure the amounts of particular pollutants in the exhaust gas stream. Different kinds of analyzers are used to find different kinds of pollutants, like particle matter (SPM), carbon monoxide (CO), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and nitrogen oxides (NOx).

    Data logger

    This data handling module ensures gathering and processing of the information obtained by the gas analyzers, it usually contains data logging and storage capabilities.

    Communication interfaces

    It offers a collection of guidelines, procedures, and standards that control the timing, format, and order of data exchange in order to guarantee smooth and effective communication between various hardware, software, and system components.

    Data storage and reporting

    Reporting of data to the CPCB and State pollution control boards as per their requirements.

    CPCB, State Boards and Pollution Control Committees Data Access Portals

    S.No Category Emission Parameters
    1 Aluminum PM, Fluoride
    2 Cement PM, NOX, SO2
    3 Distillery PM
    4 Chlor Alkali C12, HCI
    5 Fertilizers PM, HF, Ammonia
    6 Iron & steel PM, SO2, NOx
    7 Oil refinery PM, CO, NOX, SO2
    8 Petro chemical PM, CO, NOX, SO2
    9 Power Plants PM, NOX, SO2
    10 Thermal Power Plants PM, NOx, SO2, Total Mercury (Gaseous)
    11 Zinc PM, SO2
    12 Copper PM, SO2
    13 Boiler SO2, NOx, PM
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