How We Work

Our approach to emission testing

Agree on the critical components to be monitored in accordance with your Atmospheric Emission Licence

Assess the monitoring points in accordance with BS 15259

Discuss your reporting requirements with you

Agree on appropriate methods, with a preference for validated, standard methods

Propose and settle on a commercial agreement

Calibrate our equipment in the range required for your tests

Execute the test methods

Report and discuss the results in accordance with CEN 15675

Our methods have been specifically approved by the Department of Environmental Affairs


Tests We Offer


Amines and Amides – EN 13649*Ammonia – US EPA 26/26A, CTM027*Carbon Dioxide – EN 12039
*Carbon Monoxide – EN 15058, US EPA 10B*Dioxins & Furans – EN 1948: Part 1Formaldehyde – US EPA 316
*Halides/Halogens – US EPA 26/26A*Heavy Metals – EN 14385, US EPA 29Homogeneity Test – EN 15259
*Hydrogen Chloride – EN 1911: Part 1, US EPA 26AHydrogen Fluoride – ISO 15713, US EPA 13*Hydrogen Sulphide – US EPA 16C
Isocyanates – US EPA CTM 36*Mercury – EN 13211, US EPA 29*Oxides of Nitrogen – EN 14792, US EPA 7E
*Oxygen – EN 14789*Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons – ISO 11338: Part 1, US EPA 0030Polychlorinated Biphenyls – EN 1948: Part 1
Speciated VOCs – EN 13649, US EPA 18*Sulphur Dioxide – BS 6069-4.4, US EPA 6C*Sulphuric Acid Mist – US EPA 8
*Total Particulate Matter – EN 13284: Part 1, US EPA 5*Total VOC – US EPA 25B*Velocity/Flow/Temperature – EN 16911-1, US EPA 1, 2, 3
*Water Vapour – EN 14790, US EPA 4Comprehensive Dust Fallout Monitoring – (ASTM) D1739

Tests marked with an * are ISO 17025- accredited and are included in the Schedule of Accreditation for Skyside