This Air Guidance Note on the use of continuous emission monitors in processes not requiring the use of EN 14181 is one of a series of guidance notes that the OEE has published on the general theme of air pollution monitoring.
Version 3, December 2021
This guidance note is intended for use by holders of EPA licences (licensees), and consultants. The Agency advises licensees to have regard to this guidance when outsourcing any work relating to odour monitoring, in particular field assessments of odour impact.
Version 4, May 2021
The Index is designed to guide all test houses / operators on which methods to select when carrying out air emissions testing for compliance purposes.
Version 7, May 2021
This guidance note (AG2) provides information on the subject of air emission monitoring at EPA licenced sites.
Version 4, March 2021
This Air Guidance Note on the Implementation of I.S. EN 14181 (AG3) is one of a series of guidance notes that the OEE has produced on the general theme of air pollution monitoring.
This guidance note has been produced to provide a standardised approach to monitoring stack gas emissions from plants regulated under the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD).
Version 1, August 2020
This guidance aims to clarify the alternative monitoring options, which should be considered by licensees, when automatic monitors for air emissions are not operational, and the licensee proposes to continue operations at the site, which will lead to emissions to atmosphere, via the relevant emission points.
Version 1, May 2020
The EPA has provided this guidance for organisations to reference when calculating flue gas volume flow rate from energy consumption. This guidance is aimed at organisations in the large combustion plant and waste incineration sectors, which are licensed by the EPA.
Version 4, February 2020
This guidance note describes the facilities and work practices that must be in place for the safe and effective monitoring of air emissions.
This guidance note seeks to present general principles and suitable methods that may be used to assess and report on the impact of air emissions from EPA licensed industrial installations. The original version of this guidance note was published by the EPA in 2010. This document is a revision of that original that has been prepared to reflect the changes in regulatory and modelling practices that have occurred in the interim. The document is aimed at practitioners, and as such, assumes a general understanding of the theory of air dispersion modelling and the tools available to undertake an assessment.
Version 1, September 2019
Odour Emissions Guidance Note aims to provide clear and robust methodologies for industrial and waste facilities in terms of odour abatement solutions that can be implemented to reduce or eliminate odour.
Version 2, May 2019
This Air Guidance Note (AG8) is intended to assist in house air monitoring teams to develop a Quality Management System (QMS) modelled on ISO 17025 that should meet the Agency’s minimum requirements for in-house air monitoring.
Version 1, January 2013
This guidance note is intended for use by holders of EPA licences (licensees) and consultants. The Agency advises licensees to have regard to this guidance when undertaking or outsourcing any work relating to VOC emissions from landfill surfaces.
Guidance Note AG7, January 2013
Landfill Flare and Engine Management and Monitoring (AG7)