CEMS engineers have over 20 years experience using Siemens equipment for air emission
monitoring. We supply and service their leading range of air emission monitoring solutions in the Irish market.
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“As a safety control, CEMS Environmental & Process Controls Ltd recently installed HELIO Gas Detection in our 2 onsite Thermal Oxidisers to detect any potential hydrogen leaks from the system. These detectors have proven functionality and reliability and we are very happy with the standard of the equipment. They are a very professional and reliable company who provide
an efficient and comprehensive service.”
Merck Millipore Ltd
“CEMS Environmental & Process Controls Ltd deliver a personal, professional
and competitive gas
monitoring service to our company. They are easy to work with, progressive in their product development, and have a collaborative approach towards innovation and problem solving. I would highly recommend them to any other company seeking a similar professional service.”
Environmental Team Supervisor
Pfizer Ireland (Cork)
“CEMS Environmental & Process Controls Ltd performed very well throughout the project from early stage discussions to the final installation and beyond. Their engineers are knowledgeable, professional and always available when required. I would have no hesitation in recommending them
for any similar project.”
Holmestown Waste Management Facility Wexford
CEMS Environmental & Process Controls Ltd has carried out
all of our office Landfill Gas Monitoring in accordance with the Conditions of our Waste Licence since 2008.
find them to be knowledgeable and highly competent in the discipline of Calibration, Instrumentation and Gas Monitoring. All aspects of the project management and project design and delivery were of the highest standard.
Nothing was too much for them, despite numerous final stage amendments.
They continue to
provide excellent service to us.
Jerome O’Brien SEE
Energy & Waste Services
Cork County Council
The Carbon Management Tool is a free online service designed to help your business reduce its carbon emissions. Learn about the International Carbon Management Standards and how they affect your business.
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Air pollutant emissions in Ireland are reported annually to the European Commission under the National Emissions Ceiling Directive and to the UNECE under the Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution. These pollutants are responsible for long-range transboundary air pollution such as acidification, eutrophication and ground-level ozone pollution.
Data on four key air pollutants, nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulphur dioxide (SO2), non-methane volatile organic compounds (NMVOCs) and ammonia (NH3) are reported to the European Commission as required under the National Emissions Ceiling Directive on an annual basis. In addition, carbon
monoxide (CO) and particulate matter (PM), heavy metals and persistent organic pollutants
are reported under the UNECE’s Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution every February.
An Informative Inventory Report (IIR) is available which describes the methodologies, input data, background information and the entire process of inventory compilation for air pollutants, as well as any improvements and recalculations of the inventories reported in previous submissions.
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Workplace Health & Safety
Safety, Health and
Welfare at Work Act 2005 sets out the main provisions for organisations to secure and improve the safety health and welfare of people at work. This includes:
The employer is responsible for ensuring, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety, health and welfare at work of his or her employees. This includes:
Speak with us today about any workplace safety concerns with regard to working limits (8 hour/LTL), STEL (short term exposure limits) you may have.
- Safe place of work
- Safe system of work
- Provision of competent employees
- Provision of safe equipment