Registration opens for environmental monitoring event in India

Visitors to CEM India 2019 (New Delhi 24-26 Sept.) can now register online at www.cemindia.com. Focusing on continuous emissions monitoring, the event will provide access to information on new Indian environmental regulations, along with the latest monitoring methods and technologies for reliable regulatory compliance.

The Indian Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) is responsible for the planning and execution of a nationwide programme for the prevention, control or abatement of water and air pollution, and a speaker from CPCB will open the conference by providing an update on the implementation of Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) in India.

With new environmental regulations on both emissions to air and water, a broad spectrum of Indian industries will have to implement reliable monitoring programmes to demonstrate compliance. Consequently, there is an enormous requirement for monitoring equipment and technology, so CEM 2019 will be an ideal opportunity for Indian companies, consultants, regulators and researchers to find the best and most cost-effective solutions to their monitoring needs.

Following the extraordinary success of the 2017 event, organiser Marcus Pattison says: “In addition to air emissions, the 2019 event will also address the monitoring of industrial effluent, so we have had to enlarge the exhibition space, but at the time of writing only a handful of stands remain available.

“With leading international technology manufacturers signing up to attend, CEM 2019 will provide a unique opportunity to see the whole world of environmental monitoring at the same time, under one roof.”

Over 700 visitors attended the 2017 event, 95% of which were looking to purchase monitoring equipment. Feedback from the visitors was unanimously positive; for example, a CPCB visitor said: “It was a wonderful learning experience. I learned a lot about the certified technologies relating to the advanced CEM technologies that have been adopted worldwide.”

The CEM India 2019 Conference will provide visitors with detailed information on emissions monitoring, and the Exhibition will enable them to discuss practical monitoring issues with industry experts. As a consequence CEM India 2019 will be an essential event in the diary of anyone affected by the new Indian environmental regulations.

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