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MCERTS 2011 - Air & Emission Monitoring Conference
Mar 30 2011 Read 1196 Times
MCERTS 2011 is a specialist event dedicated to the legislation, standards, techniques and technologies associated with emissions monitoring and gas detection and will be held this year on 30th & 31st March at the Telford International Centre, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4JH. It will be the 6th MCERTS event that has been steadily growing while many other shows seem to be decreasing in size and popularity. Supported by the Environment Agency and the Source Testing Association, visitors can be confident that they will be attending an industry event of the highest quality and calibre on topics related directly to their field of work. MCERTS 2011, according to the organisers, is more than just an exhibition it is a learning experience; visitors have the opportunity to participate in, and attend, over 100 walk-in walkout workshops on case studies, problem solving and new applications, and so will leave with a wealth of extra knowledge and useful contacts. Supported by all the major product and service providers for the Air and Emission Monitoring industry and therefore every stand, every workshop and every conference session will be of interest to every visitor passing through its doors. Topics covered in 2011 will include Ambient Monitoring, Dioxin Monitoring, Mcerts regulation, CEMS, Calibration, Discontinuous Monitoring, Gas Analysis, Data Acquisition, Manual Stack Monitoring and Operator Monitoring Assessment. Placed in the heart of the UK, MCERTS 2011 is easy to get to via road, rail and air. There are plenty of hotels in the local areas for visitors to stay at. To enter MCERTS 2011 visitors will be charged £55 +VAT per day, or £100 + VAT Total for both days. The entrance charge will allow visitors to attend all conference and workshop sessions, entry to the exhibition aswell as free lunches, refreshments and parking at the venue.
For full details go to the MCERTS website at: http://www.mcerts.uk.com/
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