A solid waste incineration unit is a distinct operating unit of any facility which combusts solid waste material from commercial or industrial establishments. This includes facilities designed to reduce and dispose waste, units using waste for fuel or for heat/energy recovery. Subcategories are large and small incinerators, boilers, process heaters, and kilns that burn solid waste. An auxiliary fuel may be burned to heat waste gas to combustion temperatures.
Teledyne systems provide efficient, effective and reliable support, data storage and reporting for incineration source emissions.
Complete Monitoring Systems for combustion emissions meeting worldwide and US EPA NSPS 40 CFR Part 60 Subparts E, AAAA-LLLL, NESHAP 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart EEE, and 40 CFR Part 98 Subpart C Greenhouse Gas rules
Makeup, Condensate, Feed, Cooling and Effluent Water Quality Analysis pH, ORP, conductivity, turbidity, oil in water, THC, and dissolved O2; 40 CFR 419/458, 40CFR60 Subpart QQQ, 40CFR63 Subparts Q, CC and Canadian Liquid Effluent Regulations and Waste Water Effluent Guidelines
Leak detection or pressure drop across pollution control equipment
Monitor combustion air to boiler, furnace, or gas turbine