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DS/S-154-Måling af gasser og partikler i luft


  • ISO/NP 28902-2

    11-08-2011
    28902-2

    Air quality - Environmental meteorology - Part 2: Ground-based remote sensing by Doppler wind lidar

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  • No reference

    29-06-2007
    00264106

    Biomonitoring of air quality - Bioaccumulation of atmospheric pollutants by ray-grass

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    CEN
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    The European Standard will describe a method, using rye-grass, for assessing the environmental impregnation by organic and non-organic elements. This method has already been widely used. This standard will allow harmonizing the use of the method in order to compare the results. The method can apply to the localization of pollution sources and dispersion areas at local and regional levels. It also allows the mapping of background pollution at national or global levels.
  • No reference

    28-11-2008
    00264124

    Programme of standards for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in energy-intensive industries

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    CEN
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    Development of a programme of GHG standards for energy-intensive industrial sectors which can be used for planning and managing emissions reduction, developing key performance indicators and sector baselines
  • No reference

    12-06-2009
    00264129

    Ambient air quality - Standard method for the determination of the concentration of ammonia by diffusive sampling

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    CEN
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    This CEN Standard describes a measurement method for the determination of time-weighted average concentrations of ammonia in ambient air, which can be used in support e.g. of the National Emissions Ceiling Directive (2001/81/EC, currently under revision). The measurement method is based on diffusive sampling of ammonia and subsequent analysis of the diffusive samplers.
  • No reference

    12-06-2009
    00264130

    Air quality - Determination of the particle size distribution of atmospheric aerosol

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    CEN
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    This Technical Specification specifies measurement methods for the determination of the particle number concentration of atmospheric aerosol within a limited number of size ranges, providing a size distribution in ambient air. The lower and upper sizes to be considered are approx. 10 nm and 10 µm, respectively. This Technical Specifications describes calibration, sampling, operating and QA/QC procedures and data processing.
  • No reference

    21-10-2011
    00137053

    Workplace exposure - Guidance on measurement techniques for nanoparticles relevant to exposure via inhalation

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    For occupational exposure to ultrafine aerosols and nanoaerosols, exposure metrics like the number and surface area concentration are important. This CEN Technical Specification provides guidelines for available measurement techniques, measurement strategy (based on a tiered approach) and background elimination, in order to determine the occupational exposure to airborne nanoparticles. Potential problems and limitations are described and need to be addressed.
  • No reference

    02-03-2012
    00137054

    Workplace exposure - Guidance document for the assessment of dermal exposure to manufactured nanoparticles

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    This European Standard gives guidance to identify potential health risks associated with dermal exposure to manufactured nanomaterials relevant for different workplace scenarios. A framework is proposed that utilizes a control banding approach to asses dermal exposure that is suitable for use by Occupational Hygiene Practitioners. The document will address the processes of dermal exposure assessment with special emphasis on nanomaterials to (1) review existing approaches of risk prioritization, (2) provide a framework to assess the likelihood of dermal exposure and the likelihood of skin uptake of nanomaterials, (3) identify requirements and conditions for application of the framework, and (4) to discuss the use and interpretation of the results of the assessment, in particular with respect to risk management measures (RMM).
  • No reference

    15-06-2012
    00264151

    Stationary source emissions - Measuring stack gas emissions using FTIR instruments

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    This standard specifies the requirements for the use of manual extractive Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy for the speciation and quantification of gases monitored within stacks. The requirements described include – sampling configuration, – annual analyser checks, – ongoing quality assurance and quality control. It provides a method for the use of FTIR to carry out measuements in support of the Waste Incineration Directive (WID) and Large Combustion Plant Directive (LCPD). It stipulates that the requirements described in these Directives and from other relevant European Standards are met. It is also applicable to other applications, as it provides instrument requirements and operational procedures to ensure the production of valid monitoring results.It applies to FTIR instruments configured for extractive sampling and measurement. This standard may also be used as an alternative method (AM) to several European standard reference methods (SRMs). If this standard is followed using an FTIR instrument certified according to EN 15267-3 then the instrument may be considered suitable for use within an AM for the determinants covered by the certification, without any additional testing for compliance with the applicable SRMs. It is recognised that FTIR may be used for carrying out investigative work on unknown or poorly characterised stack gas mixtures. This type of work is outside the scope of this standard.
  • No reference

    16-11-2012
    00264160

    Stationary source emissions - Reference method for the determination of CO2 concentration and mass emissions

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    This European Standard specifies a reference method for the determination of CO2 concentration and mass emission rates from stationary source emissions. The method is applicable for the calibration of continuous CO2 emissions monitors and for the provision of periodic and short-term measurement of CO2 concentration and mass emission rates. The target uncertainty for the method should be +/- 1 % for CO2 concentration and 2,5 % for mass emission rates. This European Standard supports the requirements of EU Directives 2003/87/EC and 2009/29/EC.
  • No reference

    08-02-2013
    00264161

    Stationary source emissions - Mercury monitoring using sorbent traps

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    CEN
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    This standard specifies a procedure to use solid sorbent trap systems for measuring the concentration of mercury (Hg – oxidized, elemental and particulate) to the atmosphere from industrial stacks and flues. This method may be used instead of EN 13211 (wet chemical method for mercury) and EN 14884 (AMS method for mercury). This new standard will be based on US EPA Method 30B – K tubes/sorbent traps. This standard describes the methodology and equipment required, including the sampling system, sample gas conditioning system, and sorbent materials togehter with details of the sample extraction methods to prepare the sample for analysis. The method described in this standard is a batch-based system for collecting a total sample of mercury over a predetermined period of time. The concentration is then averaged over the sample period. The system is recommended for use in at least duplicate trains. This standard would be developed for compliance assessment monitoring as well as calibration and verification work under applicable standards and EC Directives including the regulatory monitoring required by EC Directives for waste incineration, large combustion plant and integrated pollution prevention and control. Annual mercury monitoring is required under the new EU IED.
  • No reference

    06-01-2015
    00264119

    Ambient air - Determination of the particle number concentration of atmospheric aerosol

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    This document describes a standard method for determining the particle number concentration in ambient air in a range up to about 10 squared 7 cm-3 for averaging times equal to or larger than 1 min. The standard method is based on a Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) operated in the counting mode and an appropriate dilution system for concentrations exceeding the counting mode range. It also defines the performancee characteristics and the minimum requirements of the instruments to be used. The lower and upper sizes considered within this document are 7 nm and a few micrometres, respectively. This document describes sampling, operation, data processing and QA/QC procedures including calibration.
  • No reference

    02-03-2015
    00264132

    Ambient air - Measurement of bioaerosols - Part 2: Planning and evaluation of plant-related plume measurements

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    This document describes the general requirements to be taken into account in planning and implementing plant-related plume measurements of microbial air pollutants. A basic principle of this method is to compare the concentrations in air unaffected by the activities of the plant (i.e. background air sampled upwind of the plant) with the concentration of bioaerosols in air downwind of the plant. It is this comparison that allows an assessment of the plant-related contribution and the mean spatial impact range to be made. As it has so far not been possible to set limit values based on dose-response relationships, the mean impact range is to be used as a first criterion for assessing the environmental impact of a plant. The scale of work for the plume measurements described is necessary to obtain statistically representative data about the impact range of the plant and/or source, taking into account the great variety of influencing factors. Plant-related measurements of bioaerosol concentrations in ambient air may be required in a number of regulatory situations. Examples of typical measurement objectives and indicative application scenarios are presented in the document. This method specifies the simultaneous measurement of background and downwind air quality to reduce the risk of invalid comparisons resulting from changing background air concentrations. Another important principle of this method is the requirement for repeated measures to take into account day to day and seasonal variations in the processes governing bioaerosol emissions and dispersion. The objective is to analyze a given measurement problem and derive the associated requirements for organization, the measurement method, the sampling strategy, the evaluation of the measured data, quality assurance and reporting.
  • No reference

    23-05-2014
    00264138

    Stationary source emissions - Measuring emissions of sulphur dioxide using instrumental techniques

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    This Technical Specification specifies a procedure to use an Alternative Method (AM) for measuring the concentration of sulphur dioxide (SO2) emitted to the atmosphere from industrial stacks and flues. Test laboratories may use this AM instead of the Standard Reference Method (SRM) for SO2, EN 14791. This Technical Specification describes instrumental techniques, including the sampling system and sample gas conditioning system, together with an accompanying method, to determine SO2 in stack and flue gases. The AM described in this standard can be used for periodic monitoring, and for calibrating and verifying Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMs) permanently installed on a stack, for regulatory or other purposes. When used as a reference method, the test laboratory needs to show that the instrumental systems used within the method meet the performance standards for CEMs in EN 15267-3 at least, and that overall uncertainty of the method is less than the uncertainty budgets specified in applicable EC Directives. This Technical Specification has been developed for compliance assessment monitoring, as well as calibration and verification work, under applicable standards and EC Directives. These include EN 14181 for the quality assurance of CEMs, and regulatory monitoring required by EC Directives for waste incineration, large combustion plant, and integrated pollution prevention and control, for example, Directive 2000/76/EC on the incineration of waste and Directive 2001/80/EC on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from large combustion plants. The limit value of EU Directives are expressed in mg.m-3 on dry basis and at the reference conditions of 273 K and 101,3 kPa.
  • No reference

    18-02-2015
    00264140

    Ambient air - Report on nitro- and oxy-PAH - Origin, toxicity concentrations and measurement methods

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    This Technical Report is focused on the presence of nitro- and oxy-PAH compounds in ambient air. It describes how nitro- and oxy-PAH are formed, what typical concentrations are found, what is known about their toxicity, and what sampling and measurement techniques are available. The conclusions of this report are that nitro- and oxy-PAH concentrations are present in the atmosphere in level that are of concern regarding their high toxicity. Information on the presence of these compounds in ambient air is at least as relevant as information about PAH. Validated techniques for the measurement of nitro- and oxy-PAH are available.
  • prEN 689 rev

    15-10-2014
    00137055

    Workplace exposure — Measurement of exposure by inhalation to chemical agents — Strategy for testing compliance with occupational exposure limit values (Revision of EN 689:1995)

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    This European standard specifies a strategy to perform representative measurements of exposure by inhalation to chemical agents in order to demonstrate the compliance with occupational exposure limit values.
  • prEN 1911-2

    29-06-2007
    00264101

    Stationary source emissions - Manual method of determination of HCl - Part 2: Gaseous compounds absorption

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    This European Standard describes the Standard Reference Method (SRM) with three alternative analytical techniques for determining gaseous chlorides content emitting to atmosphere from ducts and stacks. The specific components and the requirements for the measuring system are described. A number of performance characteristics with associated minimum performance criteria are specified for the measuring system (see tables 1 and 2 in 7.2). This European standard can be used as a SRM provided the overall uncertainty of the method is less than ± 30,0 % relative at the daily Emission Limit Value (ELV) for incineration and large combustion plants or at the ELV prescribed by the specific regulations for other plants. An Alternative Method to this SRM may be used provided that the user can demonstrate equivalence according to the Technical Specification CEN/TS 14793. This method determines the concentration of chlorinated compounds that give Cl- ions in the absorption solution. This Standard Reference Method has been evaluated during field tests on waste incineration. The method applies to waste gases in which chlorides concentration expressed as HCl may vary between 1mg.m-3 and 5 000 mg.m-3 under normal pressure and temperature conditions (see note), and according to emission limit values laid down in the following Council Directives : - Council Directive 2001/80/EC on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from large combustion plants - Council Directive 2000/76/EC on waste incineration plants. Note: The limit values of EU directives are expressed in mg HCl.m-3, on dry basis, at the reference conditions of 273 K and 101,3 kPa and at the reference O2 concentration..
  • prEN 1911-3

    29-06-2007
    00264102

    Stationary source emissions - Manual method of determination of HCl - Part 3: Absorption solutions analysis and calculation

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    This European Standard describes the Standard Reference Method (SRM) with three alternative analytical techniques for determining gaseous chlorides content emitting to atmosphere from ducts and stacks. The specific components and the requirements for the measuring system are described. A number of performance characteristics with associated minimum performance criteria are specified for the measuring system (see tables 1 and 2 in 7.2). This European standard can be used as a SRM provided the overall uncertainty of the method is less than ± 30,0 % relative at the daily Emission Limit Value (ELV) for incineration and large combustion plants or at the ELV prescribed by the specific regulations for other plants. An Alternative Method to this SRM may be used provided that the user can demonstrate equivalence according to the Technical Specification CEN/TS 14793. This method determines the concentration of chlorinated compounds that give Cl- ions in the absorption solution. This Standard Reference Method has been evaluated during field tests on waste incineration. The method applies to waste gases in which chlorides concentration expressed as HCl may vary between 1mg.m-3 and 5 000 mg.m-3 under normal pressure and temperature conditions (see note), and according to emission limit values laid down in the following Council Directives : - Council Directive 2001/80/EC on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from large combustion plants - Council Directive 2000/76/EC on waste incineration plants. Note: The limit values of EU directives are expressed in mg HCl.m-3, on dry basis, at the reference conditions of 273 K and 101,3 kPa and at the reference O2 concentration..
  • prEN 13725 rev

    15-06-2012
    00264152

    Air quality - Determination odour concentration by dynamic olfactometry

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    The existing standard, first published in 2003, requires revision. The dynamic olfactometry method requires minor changes. The EN 13725 has been widely adopted, including a number of ""copy standards"", e.g. in Australia/New Zealand, Chile, Czech Republic, Colombia. Specifically the issue of sampling of odour and storage of samples in bags needs further detailing. In the original standard document the clauses on sampling were included, but the working group acknowledged that these needed further detailing in future, supported by additional pre-normative research. In the meantime various national CEN members have seen progress on this issue, e.g. VDI 3880:2011-10. ""Olfactometry – Static sampling"", AFNOR working group on emissions from area sources, NEN initiative on revising a national guideline NTA 9065 ""Odour – Measurement and calculation"". These initiatives provide the starting point for the revision. The interest in the professional field is illustrated by a COST programme on odours that has been submitted to enhance knowledge on odour sampling, with a view to supporting the EN 13725 revision process. Limited additional pre-normative research and/or validation is expected to be required.
  • EN 15051-2:2013/prA1

    30-10-2015
    00137069

    Workplace exposure - Measurement of the dustiness of bulk materials - Part 2: Rotating drum method

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    This European Standard specifies the rotating drum test apparatus and associated test method for the reproducible production of dust from a bulk material under standard conditions, and the measurement of the inhalable, thoracic and respirable fractions of this dust, with reference to existing European Standards, where relevant (see Clause 6). This method is suitable for general bulk material handling processes, including all those processes where the bulk material is dropped, or can be dropped. It differs from the continuous drop method presented in EN 15051 3 in this European Standard, the same bulk material is repeatedly dropped, while in EN 15051 3, the bulk material is dropped only once, but continuously. Furthermore, this European Standard specifies the environmental conditions, the sample handling and analytical procedures, and the method of calculating and presenting the results. A classification scheme for dustiness is specified, to provide a standardised way to express and communicate the results to users of the bulk materials. This European Standard is applicable to powdered, granular or pelletised bulk materials. A standard sample volume is used. This European Standard is not applicable to test the dust released when solid bulk materials are mechanically reduced (e.g. cut, crushed) or to evaluate handling procedures for the bulk materials.