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EDC Environmental Data Centre Systems

Common Form Factor and Design

Multiple Parameters Available

Dust & Particulates (PM10, PM2.5, PM4, PM1, Total Dust)

Gas (Inc. VOC, CO2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, O2, H2S, CO and many more)

Windspeed and Direction

Sound & Noise (Inc. Ln's, 1/1 Octave and 1/3 Octave)

Scalable, Transportable, Affordable

You may need an environmental permit if you do an activity that could:

pollute the air, water or land

increase flood risk

adversely affect land drainage

You are breaking the law if you operate without a permit when you should have one.

You need an environmental permit if you operate any of the following:

  • an ‘installation’ – an industrial facility, manufacturer or other business that produces potentially harmful substances, for example a landfill site, a large chicken farm, a food factory, a furniture factory, a dry cleaners, a petrol station

  • a waste operation – a site where waste is recycled, stored, treated or disposed of

  • a mining waste operation – a site which manages waste produced from mines or quarries

  • a medium combustion plant or specified generator

  • a small waste incineration plant – where certain types and quantities of waste are burned

  • mobile plant – plant that’s designed to move or be moved, for example a machine that’s moved onto a site to clean contaminated soil

  • a solvent emission activity – releasing organic solvents directly or indirectly into the air

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Globally, there is an increasing awareness of environmental health, and the quality of the air we breathe. This awareness has put pressure on those generating pollutants, like fugitive emissions, to increase their monitoring, control and reporting activities.

Fugitive emissions are pollutants released into the air from cracked seals, pipes and other unintended areas. Fugitive emissions are defined as unintended emissions from facilities or activities—for example, road construction—that cannot reasonably pass through a vent, stack, chimney, or other functionally equivalent opening. Examples of these emissions are fine particles (PM10 and PM2.5), aerosols and dust and Gas's, which impact outdoor air quality.  

Today, many monitoring agencies are requesting real-time air quality data from companies, to prove their fugitive emissions levels meet regulation. If emission levels exceed the limit, monitoring agencies can administer consequences.

Depending on your activity and the pollution risk, you need to apply to the Environment Agency or your local council. If it’s the Environment Agency, there’s guidance for each activity.

 

This explains whether there are:

  • exclusions - when you do not need a permit

  • exemptions - when you do not need a permit but you may need to register

We are very pleased to offer our range of bespoke systems built for Construction and Remediation Sites:

EDC1

PM10, VOC, Sound (Ln's), Temperature and Humidity, Global Remote Monitoring and Alarm via Environet

EDC2

PM10, CO2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, Sound (Ln's), Temperature and Humidity, Global Remote Monitoring and Alarm via Environet

EDC1+

Total Dust, PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10, VOC, Sound (Ln's), Temperature and Humidity, Wind Speed and Direction, Global Remote Monitoring and Alarm via Environet

EDC2+

Total Dust, PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10, CO2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, Sound (Ln's), Temperature and Humidity, Wind Speed and Direction, Global Remote Monitoring and Alarm via Environet

EDC1Pro

Total Dust, PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10, VOC, Sound (Ln's), Temperature and Humidity, Wind Speed and Direction, Global Remote Monitoring and Alarm via Environet, Solar Power Pack and Continuous Battery Backup

EDC2Pro

Total Dust, PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10, CO2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, Sound (Ln's), Temperature and Humidity, Wind Speed and Direction, Global Remote Monitoring and Alarm via Environet, Solar Power Pack and Continuous Battery Backup

Alternative bespoke variations are available including gas options for LEL (CH4), NH3, CL2, PH3, H2S, ETO, HCHO, O2, HCN and more