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Reference Method Accuracy and Precision (ReMAP): Phase 1 (CRTD Vol. 60)

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ASME Research Committee on Industrial and Municipal Waste
ASME Research Committee on Industrial and Municipal Waste
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ISBN:
9780791861653
No. of Pages:
226
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2001

An integral part of efforts to regulate and control air pollution emissions is collection and analysis of exhaust stream samples to determine the concentration and flow rate of pollutants released to the atmosphere. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its counterparts in other countries have developed formal methods defining the hardware and procedures for collecting and analyzing samples to quantify emissions of individual pollutants. A significant number of these methods involve manual extraction of a sample from a facility’s exhaust stack, sample recovery and subsequent laboratory analysis to quantify concentration of a specific pollutant(s) in the sample. All manual...

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Introduction
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Background
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The Analysis Procedure – A Layman’s Description
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EPA Particulate Matter Methods – Methods 5 and 5i
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EPA Method 23 For Measuring Dioxin and Furan Emissions
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EPA Method 26 for Hydrochloric Acid
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EPA Methods 29, 101a and 101b for Mercury
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EPA Method 29 for Multi-Metals
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Other Measurement Methods
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Conclusions
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