Reduce emission

IPPC

To reduce emission, you need to know the current status and the emission sources. Quantify your emissions to water, air, landfill and recovery by data collection and sampling.

 Many companies measure their emissions to water through the analysis of COD (chemical oxygen demand) or BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand), and possibly nitrogen and phosphorus. It can be challenging to connect BOF or COD to shrinkage of raw materials, intermediate product and product. If you know how much the relevant components contribute to BOD / COD, you can estimates shrinkage of raw materials and product. 

Significant savings can be achieved by reducing emission (Lean Tech has quantified wastage of 1.4 million $ / year at a company by mapping emissions). Lean Tech perform emission mapping, IPPC (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) reports quantifying emissions and waste, and BAT (Best Available Technology) comparison. 

Monitoring program

emission control

In Norway, emissions are regulated through the corporate discharge permit. The Norwegian Environment Agency requires that Norwegian companies document their emissions to soil, air and water to ensure that they are within the requirements of the permit.

In 2010 came a demand from The Norwegian Environment Agency to establish a monitoring program in order to achieve emission control.

Lean Tech helps companies develop complete Monitoring program or part of it, like calculation of uncertainties. The monitoring program should focus on achieving the lowest uncertainty for the greatest emissions.

When preparing a monitoring program it is important to consider the normal production conditions and the process variation of the emission to achieve representative sampling. Seasonality needs to be taken into account, and measurement uncertainty for the analyses carried out must be determined. You can read more about the monitoring program for air emission developed for Allnex.

References

  • value stream mapping"I was very impressed with Sissel's Lean Six Sigma knowledge. She makes it easy to identify improvements and create results"
    - Daryl Powell, Lean Manager, Kongsberg Maritime SubseaValue stream mapping
  • Lean engineering"Sissel has worked as part of Cambis project team for two of our projects. Her main focus has been on process design, engineering and procurement. Sissel has proven herself as a competent and committed employee. She has been an important contributor to make good progress in the projects she has worked with. At the same time she is accurate and has good quality of the work she performs."
    - Eivind Willoch, Project Manager, Cambi AS lean engineering
  • benchmarking"We are very happy with the work carried out. We was not very clear what the order was, but with your background and expertise the outcome was what we were looking for and a document we will benefit from in the future"
    - Roger Søråsdekkan, Site Leader at Allnex, Norwaybenchmarking
  • monitoring program"We hired Lean Tech to develop monitoring program for air emission. The monitoring program should satisfy requirements from the Norwegian Environment Agency including sampling frequency to ensure representative samples, uncertainty estimates, calculations and preparation of reporting templates, etc. The assignment was delivered with the correct content at the right time. Recommended." monitoring program
    - Kjell Even Misfjord, SHE manager at Allnex, Norway  
  • monitoring program"Sissels ability to quickly understand the issue, as well as her commitment and expertise is impressive. Her analytical and thorough contribution to our monitoring program has been precise and targeted, and very educational. " monitoring program
    - Thomas Løvik, HSEQ advisor at TWMA, Norway