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AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION: AIR POLLUTION MONITORING TO BE DISCUSSED AT MEETING

 AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION: AIR POLLUTION MONITORING
 TO BE DISCUSSED AT MEETING
 PITTSBURGH, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 require many industries to keep track of the kinds and amounts of pollutants they release. Because of this requirement, more and more facilities are using sophisticated instruments to continuously and automatically monitor air pollutant emissions.
 A conference on continuous emission monitoring, or CEM, will provide environmental professionals working in industry and government with current information about the relationship between new technical information and regulatory issues.
 "Continuous Emission Monitoring -- A Technology for the '90s" will be held Nov. 9-11 at the Sheraton Hotel in Chicago. The meeting is sponsored by the Air & Waste Management Association.
 Papers will cover:
 -- CEM applications for allowance trading;
 -- CEM regulatory issues;
 -- Continuous measurement of organic compounds and air toxics;
 -- Data acquisition systems and reporting; and
 -- New techniques and applications.
 Two one-day continuing education courses and an exhibition of related instrumentation and consultant services complement the conference.
 The Air & Waste Management Assocaition provides a neutral forum where environmental professionals share technical and managerial information about air pollution control and waste management. This wordlwide network of more than 13,000 members represents all disciplines and provides all viewpoints of environmental issues.
 Those interested in attending the conference should call Marci Mazzei, Air & Waste Management Association, 412-232-3444, ext. 126.
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 /EDITORS: Members of the press may attend this confernce free of charge when they present their press credentials at the registration area.
 /CONTACT: Martha Swiss of Air & Waste Management Association, 412-232-3444, ext. 126/ CO: Air & Waste Management Association ST: Illinois IN: SU:


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