New requirements are spurring strong demand in air pollution monitoring
Robert McIlvaine, McIlvaine Co.
Substantial technological advances to meet the growing regulatory scrutiny of a wide variety of pollutants have taken place over the past 50 years. In the last few years, the increased complexity in regulations in developed countries has been even more accelerated, challenging the chemical process industries (CPI) and their suppliers of air-monitoring equipment to reach new heights. In addition, developing countries are implementing their programs for continuous air monitoring. Another substantial trend is the monitoring of air pollutants as part of the optimization of the manufacturing process. This trio of developments will result in double-digit growth in the need for air pollution monitoring in the next several years. Some of the specifics of these trends are outlined here.
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