CO2 emission level
So as to meet the demand of setting CO2 emission based on measurements, J.S. Hamilton Poland S.A. offers services which allow owners of the installations covered by the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme to determine the actual amount of CO2 emitted by the installations and report it in the national monitoring system.
Our offer is dedicated to entities specified in the National Allocation Plan for CO2 emissions which does not have continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS) but are interested is determining the level of emissions based on the fuel fractions and combustion waste in their installations.
The adoption of such methods provides the highest level of accuracy. Thus brings significant savings in relation to the calculation method based on the average CO2 emission for different types of fuels. Our method meets the requirements of the Regulation of Ministry of the Environment on the monitoring of substances covered by the community system concerning emissions trading, which determines parameters used to calculate CO2 emissions by laboratories accredited according to the requirements of EN ISO 17025: 2005.
J.S. Hamilton Poland S.A. state-of-the-art facilities which holds accreditation PCA No AB 079 specialize in fuel testing. So as to determine the quality parameters and CO2 emissions it is important to follow sampling procedure painstakingly. J.S. Hamilton Poland S.A. as an independent inspection body holding accreditation PN-EN ISO/IEC 17020:2006 (accreditation PCA No. AK 011) provides a representative coal sampling and recycling. Holding general testing accreditation as an independent laboratory and inspection body, Hamilton provides objective CO2 emissions monitoring and efficient verification of the annual emissions.
- representative sample collection
- determination of calorific value and carbon content
- determination of oxidation index for different installations
- determining biomass fraction
- CO2 emission calculation
- annual report preparation
- other services expertise and control, including quantity survey of stockpiles
- arbitrary and comparative analysis