Breakfast with Greenlight Nov 2010

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Breakfast with Greenlight is a one hour seminar showing the benefits and project applications of the Greenlight Environmental Monitoring System including MGP sites, environmental remediation, brownfield, construction, demolition, plant turnaround, emergency response, at-risk populations and landfill and disposal sites. For more info go to www.greenlightsys.com

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Breakfast with Greenlight Nov 2010

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  2. 2. 2 Agenda Introduction Environmental Monitoring • Emilcott Background • Goals of Air Monitoring GreenlightTM System • Technology Building Blocks • System Architecture • Key Innovations and Features System Demonstration Questions About 60 minutes…
  3. 3. 3 Breakfast with Greenlight Goals: WOW! Be impressed with the Greenlight System technology and approach. TRUST. Have confidence in Emilcott’s EHS experience and knowhow. USE THE POWER. Understand opportunities to effectively use integrated data to improve the performance of remedial activities. FIND OPPORTUNITY. Identify projects and opportunities for deployment.
  4. 4. 4 BACKGROUND: Experts in EHS Emilcott: Core Business is EHS • 24 years experience assessing, monitoring, training and advising • Field-experienced, EHS-certified staff • Understand both project and regulatory needs Greenlight System: Designed by EHS Experts • 5 years field-tested experience delivering automated air monitoring solutions • Significant investment in product development – realizing the “Perfect System” • Innovative use of measurement, communication and data-handling technology • Follows standard EHS protocols to monitor, display, notify and record Benefits: Increased Performance at Reduced Cost • Reduce project downtime while maintaining regulatory compliance • Modular system design meets specific project/site needs • Flexible staffing options optimize personnel usage
  5. 5. 5 Air Monitoring – Goals of Current Systems 1. Basic Compliance – Meet regulatory requirements – Meet project requirements 2. Risk Management – Provide “alarms” for exceedences – Provide data to defend claims - exposure 3. Community Relations – Provide visible sampling system – Provide reports, public website Minimalist Approach
  6. 6. 6 Environmental Monitoring: Data Needs Today 1. Beyond Compliance – Best Practices 2. Proven Risk Management – Formidable Defense 3. Sophisticated Community Relations – Visual and Friendly 4. Seamless Data Integration – ERP (IT) Compatibility 5. Focused Data Distribution – Multiple Information Portals 6. Data Quality and Reliability – Nothing Compromised 7. Excellent Cost Control & Cost Effectiveness – Less Labor 8. Provide Leadership – Promotes Sustainability Goals
  7. 7. 7 GREENLIGHT System Technology 4 technology building blocks the best detectors smart controller robust database powerful user interface
  8. 8. 8 GREENLIGHT System Technology Multiple Detectors video, optical, digital photography, vibration Operational noise, radiation, meteorological (micro) Environmental TVOC (PID, FID), specific chemicals (Benzene), particulates (PM 2.5, 10) Air detectors smart controller centralized database powerful visualization
  9. 9. 9 Greenlight System Overview Field Station Base Station Data Acquisition Measurement Database User Applications System Administration Wireless data transmission Environmental sensors housed in field stations, located as needed across the site Field Station User apps displayed on PCs and smartphones PC iPhonePC iPhone Field Station Field Station
  10. 10. 10 Greenlight System Architecture Remote hosting of user apps across LAN, WAN, Internet, etc. Field Station RTU METDUST NOISE Modem Remote Terminal Unit: Local Computing Module Ethernet Radio Modem One or more sensors, e.g., Dust, Vapor, Noise, Vibration, Met Station (Weather) Base Station Computer User Application Server Modem Database Server
  11. 11. 11 GREENLIGHT System Technology smart controller [GEMS-3000TM ] supervisory control, data register, 2- way communication, error checking, operate (initiate) equipment Communications real time data gathering, programmed response to sensed conditions Detector Data detectors smart controller centralized database powerful visualization field database Data Register
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  13. 13. 13 GREENLIGHT System Technology central [SQL] database observations (odor), video selective project documentation Site Operations Data environmental analytical results and sampling data Laboratory Data detectors smart controller centralized database powerful visualization streaming real time data logging with continuous location, time and date stamp Detector Data
  14. 14. 14 APPLICATION: Summary Report
  15. 15. 15 GREENLIGHT System Technology Powerful Visualization See the data in real time. Make decisions in real time. Alarms Annunciators Secure Web Apps Reports detectors smart controller centralized database powerful visualization
  16. 16. 16 Powerful Visualization
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  18. 18. 18 FOCUS: Innovation and Technological Leadership • Real-Time Benzene Monitor • Multiple Particle-Size Monitoring • Modular System Design • Wind Speed & Direction Monitoring • Supplier Relationships • Nurturing Intellectual Property
  19. 19. 19 Diverter Valves (electro-mechanical) isolate the pre-filter until needed Pre-Filter Unfiltered Path PID-1 Discharge Air Flow GEMS-3000TM Communications Module The GEMS-3000 controls the software logic for triggering the pre-filter Air Pump Second PID continuously monitors total VOCs PID-2 Inlet Air Flow Continuously Unfiltered Flow Air Pump Benzene Monitoring: Enhanced Design
  20. 20. 20 Benzene Monitoring: Enhanced Design Pre-Filter Unfiltered Path PID GEMS-3000TM Communications Module Inlet Air Flow Unfiltered Flow First PID monitors total VOCs or filtered benzene PID Second PID continuously monitors total VOCs Unfiltered Flow Cartridge Pump Confirmatory Sample for BTEX and naphthalene (e.g., NIOSH 1501, TO-17) Pump start on VOC alert level.
  21. 21. 21 Particle Size Differentiation Latest instrument technology allows simultaneous, real- time measurement of multiple particle sizes Hardware: TSI model DRX • Simultaneous PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10 • Fully integrated into the Greenlight System Application: Identify substances of interest • Distinguish constituents by size e.g., diesel exhaust / construction dust • Infer offsite emission sources
  22. 22. 22 Particle Size (micrometers) 0.010.001 0.1 1 10 1002.5 4 Particle Size Differentiation Welding Fumes Diesel Engine Exhaust Carbon Black Construction Dust Tobacco Smoke PM4 PM10PM2.5PM1
  23. 23. 23 FOCUS: Modular System Design Detector selection for specific project needs Scalable system for best site coverage Choices for power and field enclosure: • AC power, battery or solar • Fiber case or metal box • Fixed or portable stations Antenna options for telemetry performance
  24. 24. 24 Key Benefits and Differentiators The GreenlightTM Solution: • Variety of detector choices • Real-time benzene detector (or full GC option) • Secure data access anytime, on or off site, via the web • User applications available to smartphones • Environmental data tagged with wind speed and direction • Default and customizable reports and data export • Highly reliable data archiving • Standardized data format for real-time and archive • Scalable system fits project/site needs • Offsite technical support over the Internet • Lower system cost, lower labor cost
  25. 25. 25 one solution www.greenlightsys.com

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