Environnement S.A is proudly represented during NACA Conference in South Africa by its local partners: uMoya-NILU & Ansyco SA! Innovative pollution monitors, AAQMS sensors and software are demonstrated: please be sure to stop by our booth!
Ansyco SA cc is our local distributor for over 20 years, offering superior local integration, after-sales service and maintenance contract. With numerous CEMS, process analyzers and Air quality monitoring laboratories installed, Ansyco has strong references including: Arcelor Mittal South Africa, Sasol, AEL, Impala Platinum, Chevron South Africa, BHP Billiton (Mozal Aluminium & Samancor), Evraz Highveld Steel, Howden Engineering, Kelvin Power-station, PPC Cement, Kwazulu Natal dept. of agricultural, Swaziland Government, Mozal Aluminium Mozambique etc.
uMoya-Nilu is a South African air quality management consulting company that brings the benefits of strong South African expertise and experience together with the extensive resources offered by the Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) to address Air Quality Management challenges facing a range of stakeholders in southern Africa.
The National Association for Clean Air (NACA) is a non-profit organisation established on 21 April 1969 to promote the cause of clean air in South Africa, and is today the prime technical and scientific non-governmental body in the area of air quality management in South Africa.
NACA has more than 500 members. Its members include corporate environment managers, consultants, policy makers and government representatives, research scientists, project managers, industry environment officers, and individuals all with a common interest – to promote clean air.
The association acts as a channel through which public and industrial opinions concerning air pollution problems may be communicated to regulatory authorities. The Association provided comment on the Air Quality Act both during the public comment period and at the subsequent hearings held by the Portfolio Committee on Water and Environmental Affairs. We are pleased to note that several of our proposals were included in the re-drafted Act.
NACA publishes The Clean Air Journal, a journal for those interested in air quality, air quality management, and the impacts of air pollution relevant to Africa. Information on the journal and journal archives are available online at www.cleanairjournal.org.za.
The association hosts an annual two-day NACA Conference which runs back to back with the Department of Environmental Affairs’ Air Quality Lekgotla and includes a one-day joint workshop. The workshop may be attended free of charge.
In addition, NACA publishes a newsletter, hosts seminars, short courses, and publishes educational material on air pollution for school children. It is non-political, aiming to promote a balanced debate and improve members’, skills and knowledge on air quality matters.
NACA is also an active member of the International Union of Air Pollution and Environmental Protection Associations (IUAPPA) and hosted the 16th IUAPPA World Clean Air Congress which was held in Cape Town in September 2013.
Read more http://www.naca.org.za/