Any kind of gas or gas particulate matter that emits pollutants to the atmosphere which emits from a plant to the environment and air as a result of combustion and similar activities, is called as emission. In urban areas, there are several types of pollutants mainly in outdoor and indoor weather conditions. Knowing which of these will cause problems on air quality and which pollutes more air depends on factors including industrialization, control measures applied, modes of transportation, meteorological and topographic features. Prior to the monitoring of these pollutants, the selection of the measurement site, the measurement or modeling an inventory study should be carried out. Decisions should be made depending on the emission inventory to be made. Providing a professional service, MACOM provides experienced and reliable work in the preparation of emission inventory and provides consultancy services in line with the requests of its customers.
Stack, units or processes of emission-emitting plants are considered as emission sources. It is necessary to prepare an emission inventory in order to be able to identify and identify these sources, the amount of emissions, the damages given to the environment and the rates of these damages and take necessary measures. MACOM Environment and Energy carries out all necessary processes related to emission inventory to its consultants with its expert knowledge.
The two most important elements in the emission inventory are; emission source and amount of emission. When preparing an inventory, the source of the emission must first be identified. After the source is determined, the emission amount from the source is determined and continued. It is important that the data in the emission inventory are obtained correctly and by experts. MACOM Environment and Energy is very professional in the collection and processing of this data.
Emission inventory should include the chemical and physical pollutants, the geographical limits of the pollution, the responsibility of the plant related to these emissions, the time of pollutants and the emissions from other activities within the country.
The contribution of preparing the emission inventory can be explained as follows; In order to improve the air quality and determine the amount of pollution, the source inventory is created with the collected data to manage the air quality, and then measurements are made and the plant is monitored according to this inventory. As a result of the monitoring, air quality modeling is performed to obtain clearer results. According to the model results, it is decided which measures should be taken in order to reduce the effect of emissions from the plant. Accordingly, an improvement plan is prepared. With the contribution of preparing the emission inventory to improve the air quality, the pros and cons are seen. MACOM offers a transparent service. Thanks to the experience of working with emission sources for many years, it has a professional staff. MACOM Environment and Energy provides specialized support to our clients in preparing, implementing and conducting the emission inventory.
As MACOM, we use both national and international sources for determining the emissions and the factors that should be used for the calculation of these emissions. Our national regulations on emissions, on which our emission calculations are based on our clients’ facility activities;
In addition to our national regulations, another international source that we refer to is the documents issued by the EPA on emissions.
The IPCC approach is used for the calculation of greenhouse gas emissions for our national regulation. This approach consists of the following stages;
• Collecting datas,
• Establishing a methodology,
• Producing emission inventory in a system
According to the IPCC, greenhouse gas emissions calculations should be made in the categories of energy industrial processes, agriculture, land use and change, solvent and other product use and solid waste.
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