LafargeHolcim, the largest producer of cement in the world, uses Gasmet’s Continuous Mercury Monitoring (CMM) system to monitor mercury emissions and ...
LafargeHolcim on Gasmet’s CMM system: Taking control of mercury emissions gives us peace of mind
Ferroplan built an experimental mobile power plant as a side project to their conveyor business. Through the partnership with Gasmet, Ferroplan got a...
Ferroplan relies on Gasmet’s CEMS and expertise at their unique mobile power plant
Customs Support replaced colorimetric tubes and sensors with Gasmet’s advanced gas measurement equipment in 2014. The rapidly growing company has seen...
Accurate gas measurements pave the way for safe and efficient customs practises
Prof. Chris Stoate, Dr. Jenny Bussell, Gemma Fox and Nigel Kendall Trees provide shelter and shade for livestock, and some offer additional forage, nu...
Feeding willow to ruminants could reduce greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions
The following case story is provided by Dr. Helen Glanville from Keele University, UK. With help of Gasmet’s GT5000 Terra gas analyzer, researchers pe...
Assessing the impacts of renewable energy developments on soil quality and health.
Dr Jenny Bussell and Prof. Chris Stoate, Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, UK The Allerton Project is a combination of commercial farming, researc...
The Allerton Project research into sustainable agriculture with Gasmet gas analyzer
Tammervoima waste-to-energy plant in Tampere, Finland incinerates approximately 165 thousand tons of municipal waste every year, providing electricity...
Gasmet provided Tammervoima waste-to-energy plant a flue gas measurement system that has proven its worth
Scientists in South East Asia have been measuring greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from goats and cattle in a series of research projects investigating...
Managing livestock diets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions