Dust Particulate Mass Concentration Measurement Operator/User Survey
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This survey is to form part of the SEND project (ref. 32R16P00706) and is part-funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the England 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme, and is available to ERDF eligible companies. The project is also receiving funds from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

All completed surveys will remain anonymous and will be used for analysis in the project 'Develop of Method for Measuring Low Concentration of Dust Particulate'.

Thank you for your participation.

Do you feel that enough is being done to monitor and therefore understand emissions from stationary sources?

Are you aware of the health impact of dust particulate emissions?

Do you feel that adequate technology is available to accurately monitor emissions from combustion processes?

What is your role within the Industry?

Do you have experience of measuring dust particulate emissions from stationary sources?

Do you or your organisation operate or use any of the following dust emission technologies?

In your opinion, what is the single best technology to measure dust particulate?

What technique would you use to measure low concentration of dust particulate?

Are your requirements for the measurement of dust particulate being met?

What were your considerations for selecting your test equipment to measure dust emissions?

What problems if any do you have or are you aware of with dust particulate, mass concentration monitoring equipment?

What improvements could be made to your equipment/process to improve dust particulate mass concentration measurement?

What is your biggest drive for monitoring particulate emissions?

Is your chosen equipment reliable?

Is your dust monitor.....

Is your particulate monitoring equipment easy to use?

What features, not currently available on particulate monitoring mass concentration measurement equipment would like to see?

As processes are becoming cleaner, is your equipment suitable to measure low concentrations of dust particulate?

If applicable, what are your current dust emissions values?

If applicable, does your process use any dust abatement system?