ESC Spectrum’s in-person and online training expands your knowledge of our Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) products, best practices, and industry regulations including the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Part 75, Part 60, and Part 63 regulations. We offer options tailor-made for your unique learning journey, from free webinars to user group conferences to customized online and on-site CEMS and DAS training. Access our Calendar for a complete list of ESC Spectrum training events.
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Understanding New In-Situ Optical Monitoring Technology – What is it and is it Right for Your Facility?
Read about recent advancements, particularly demonstrated by EPRI on gas turbine combined cycle and coal stacks, that have sparked a growing interest in the integration of in-situ optical monitors in a CEM framework.