TDTS87: A cryogen-free method for monitoring trace greenhouse gases in air
Friday, 1 May 2009 at 3:54:PM
In response to the Kyoto Protocol, ‘Clean Development Mechanism’ (CDM) regulations are being enacted in a number of countries to facilitate and control greenhouse gas (GHG) emission trading. Many of the new regulations require the monitoring of bulk greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane and some require additional consideration of other lower level and more analytically challenging compounds. Examples of this include proposed amendments to the European Emission Trading Scheme Directive 2003/87/EC1 and Australia’s recent government white paper on a low pollution future.
The full technical/application note available for download here.