It is a legal requirement in terms of National Environmental Management. Air Quality Act No.39 of 2004 for the provincial authority to monitor ambient air. The Western Cape Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning have developed an Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP). The information obtained from the monitoring can be used to determine the impacts of the air pollutants on the environment, as well as health impacts on the community.
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (CLEAN AIR) REGULATIONS 1978
PART IV – DARK SMOKE
Regulation 14 – Permissible dark smoke limit for new facilities.
The occupier of any industrial or trade premises shall not cause, suffer, allow or permit smoke emissions of any colour from any new facility except fuel burning equipment utilising solid fuel and including but not limited to any chimney which appears to the Director-General or any authorised officer.
PART V – AIR IMPURITIES
Regulation 20 – Standards of compliance.
Unless otherwise prescribed elsewhere in these Regulations for the particular trade, industry or process, the prescribed permissible limits of concentration of air impurities in the conduct of any trade, industry or process, or the operation of any fuel burning equipment or industrial plant shall be as set out in regulations 24 to 30.
Equipment : High Volume Sampler
Model : Graseby GL2000H
DELIVERY TO CUSTOMERS
SUBMIT to DOE