Being an environmental manager in the 21st century requires you to juggle numerous quality assurance tests, oftentimes with different deadlines. Some can be tied to the number of operating hours within a quarter while others are based on the anniversary date of an inspection or performance test. Let CEMLink 6 shoulder the burden of tracking and notifying you of any impending deadlines.
VIM Technologies is hosting a three-day training event for our users on March 24-26, 2020. The event will be held at the Redesigned Marriott in Irvine, California. For more information, follow the link above to review class schedules, descriptions, pricing, and registration details.
Please be sure to sign up to reserve your spot before classes are full!
It’s a New Year, and the beginning of a new decade. Many of us have selected our New Year’s Resolutions and are well on our way to positive change. Typically, we make New Year’s resolutions because we would like the new year to be even better than the previous year, in one or more areas of life. Have you considered New Year’s Resolutions for improving your CEMS and air compliance programs? Here are 5 great ideas to consider when planning for the year ahead:
Version 6.1.680.18 of CEMLink6 is now available. If you would like more information, or to update your CEMLink6 system to this version, please contact VIM Support at 410-859-5455.
Updates are available to those with an active maintenance contract. For more information on our maintenance and support services, please contact Eva Fewster at 410-859-5455, or email@example.com.
We’re pleased to report that over 75% of all CEMLink users have upgraded to a CEMLink release that complies with the latest schema changes rolled out by EPA in the ECMPS Q3 2019 ECMPS release. Read more »
A CEMS percent monitor availability (PMA) is a key component in determining how well a CEMS program is performing. If the PMA is below 95%, you may face consequences like additional reporting requirements for Part 60 facilities and more punitive data substitution values for Part 75 facilities.
Below, we detail 6 strategies you can implement to help you increase the CEMS PMA and reduce potential reporting and data replacement consequences.
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On Wednesday, September 11, 2019, EPA announced the 2019 Quarter 3 release of the ECMPS client tool. Included in this release are checks to allow reporting of system and component ID’s during periods of missing data. In reality, the changes are much more broad than that, and also include changes to formula ID’s, MODC and reporting of emissions data for combined cycle units with bypass stacks. The VIM Technologies development and compliance teams have been working closely with EPA since they originally announced these changes in March 2019.
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The 2019 User Group is just around the corner! Get ready by taking an early look at the schedule, presentations, events, and more going on throughout the week below:
We’re committed to making the 2019 VIM User Group the best place to learn how to get the most out of CEMLink6, network with other professionals, and refresh your industry knowledge. Our vendors contribute to this goal, and elevate the event by providing a high level of knowledge, expertise, and professionalism. We’d like to thank the following vendors for participating in this year’s User Group:
CEMLink6 is incredibly useful for any organization that’s looking to collect and report on their emissions data. Track I of the 2019 VIM User Group is geared towards helping newer users understand everything from the user interface to reporting and regulations. Here are the classes that are available in Track I:
Orientation to a CEMLink6 DAS
If you’re a plant technician or environmental support staff responsible for CEMS/DAS systems, this class is for you! We’ll talk about the reasons you’ll need a standalone data acquisition system, then break down each component of the DAS build process. Each user interface we discuss will be from an introductory perspective.