Advance Training Programme on Continuous Emission and Effluent Monitoring System

Course Venue- Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI), Tijara (Rajasthan)
Dates- 27 to 29 September, 2021
Last Date to Apply- 21st September 2021

Centre for Science and Environment is organising a 3-days certificate course on “Advance Training Programme on Continuous Emission and Effluent Monitoring System”. Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) and Continuous Effluent Quality Monitoring System (CEQMS) are mandatory for plants in 17 industrial sectors (classified under highly polluting industries) and for common pollution treatment facilities. In addition, grossly polluting industries (GPIs) need to install CEQMS.

The real time data will become the basis for regulators to check compliance, in near future. It can also help industrial sectors/regulators in process optimization and taking timely corrective measures. Since CEMS and CEQMS are complex and expensive technologies, there are significant challenges and risks associated with its implementation. The major challenges include correct technology selection, installation, operation & maintenance and data handling. Data interpretation plays an important role in identifying issues related to data integrity. Therefore, thorough knowledge and skills relevant to CEMS regime, becomes most crucial factor for industries, regulators and other stakeholders. This programme will also lay focus on audit methodology, which ensures correct implementation of CEMS, certification, verification, accreditation of the system, technical acceptance through calibration, quality assurance, generating accurate, reliable and traceable data. 

Course Highlights-

  • Pollution monitoring regulations in India and developed countries like US and Europe.
  • PM, Gaseous CEMS and CEQMS Technology selection and correct installation.
  • Operation and Maintenance of PM, Gaseous CEMS and CEQMS.
  • Requirement and procedures of calibration for PM, Gaseous CEMS and CEQMS.
  • Data acquisition, handling and reporting.
  • Data interpretation, compliance check and improvement.
  • How to conduct CEMS and CEQMS Audit.
  • Audit Methodology and development of audit questionnaire.

Course Fee

The course is not chargeable. CSE will bear the following expenses of shortlisted candidates: transportation of the participants (from CSE, New Delhi to Neemli and back), boarding and lodging (for 3 nights, from 26th September to 28th September, 2021), training cost and use of recreational facilities at AAETI. Considering the current COVID situation, every participant will get one well sanitized room with trained staff who follow safe practices. The AAETI campus have a safe and Hygienic environment with proper social distancing, guest and staff temperature check. 

Note: Only vaccinated participants will be allowed for this training programme. And at the time of registration participant will need to submit vaccination certificates.

Who should attend?

Environment professionals from industries, consultants, environmental laboratories, regulators, academia and others interested participants. 

Training Coordinator

Shreya Verma,
Programme Officer
Industrial Pollution Team
Contact: 8882084294



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Thank you CSE for organising this wonderful and knowledgeable training programme. Hospitality and coordination was really great.
Sunil Nahar, Environment & Safety Specialist at Harley Davidson
This has been a wonderful learning experience on CEMS. Whole programme was well designed and planned, we participants from National Mission for clean Ganga wholeheartedly Thanks to you.
Dr.Shiv Pratap Raghuvanshi, Scientist-D at National Mission for Clean Ganga
Thank you CSE for organising highly informative and greatly coordinated training programme. Lectures and discussion in this training is going to be very much valuable in enhancement of my experience in CEMS system design and engineering
Bhavik Modi, Senior C & I Engineer at Mitsubishi Hitachi Power System
Thank you CSE for this great opportunity, the course and stay was amazingly managed and really learnt a lot!!
Ayyan Karmakar, Manager at Oizom
Everything about the training programme was well managed with the best human eco-friendly effort and contributed to awareness about the advanced technological use to keep watch and regulate our anthropogenic interventions with our considerably vital surrounding environment. Nice opportunity was it to be with all my enlightened dear trainee comrades, honourable experts and respected organizers.
Ishaq Ahmad, Scientist-C at National Mission for Clean Ganga
Nicely managed programme in respect of classroom, displaying of contents, audibility and discussion round. It is a great experience to be the part of this training programme.
Dr. Sohan Lal, Junior Scientific Officer at Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board
Overall course is very good and knowledge sharing programme conducted by CSE.
Navneet Sharma, Additional Chief Engineer at DCM Shriram Ltd. Kota