AML-CEMS: Continuous Emission Monitoring System

Why do you need AML-CEMS

Your job is to install, configure, maintain, and monitor online air quality control equipment for your firm, whether in the energy or petrochemical industry, renewable energy, or a government or health operations manager.

All of those tasks can be achieved with tremendous success and more efficiency by installing an AML-Continuous Emission Monitoring System (AML-CEMS), Air Quality System (AML-AQS), or a Predictive Emission Monitoring System (AML-PEMS).

Below, we will present you with an emission monitoring system’s advantages to your job. But we encourage you here to contact us to discuss the best way to install your emission or air quality system, how to integrate it into your current production protocols, and how to train employees on its uses, benefits, and significance.

Our software application solution analyzes, visualizes, calculates, and stores environmental data from your company and reports the information to environmental agencies monitoring your emissions like air quality, CO2, NOx, or SOx emissions and approving environmental permits. It also demonstrates that your company or agency is complying with environmental regulations. This is to avoid penalties, paying too much CO2 taxes, inspection, interruption, or temporary discontinuation of your production and service due to environmental violations.

You already report your emissions to the necessary regulatory offices, but an AML-CEMS can improve the evidence of the reliability of the data you send. Governments set regulations for CO2, NOx, or SOx air, and quality control can be complex. You need to report your findings accurately and in a timely fashion.

At the same time, it can reduce the costs involved in the maintenance of the equipment you use to meet the necessary emissions levels.

Benefits of AML-CEMS/ PEMS/ AQS

Installation of an AML-CEMS/PEMS/AQS (or, in some cases, AML) has numerous benefits.

Time/Cost Analysis

Time is money in everything you do. An adequately utilized AML-CEMS/PEMS/AQS can reduce the time spent monitoring your emissions levels so that you can concentrate on other tasks. It is possible that your current emissions monitoring system could use an update as AML technology improves regularly. Consider examining your current system to see if you need an upgrade.


Today’s AML Information Management System monitors itself, and it detects its operational issues through built-in tracking and calibration and reports those findings to its operator (you or your staff). This is another function in favor of cost controls, as you (or your team) spend less time monitoring the system for failures.

Reporting capabilities

An AML system transmits its information over the TCP/IP network on both digital and analog channels, removing another step from your procedures and thus again saving both time and money.

Updating capabilities

Thanks to the recent attention to climate concerns, emission standards are constantly updated. You likely spend time reading new regulatory statements to ensure your company or organization complies with your day or week. Today’s AML can be updated automatically to register the latest emissions standards and determine where your organization might fail to meet those standards. Automated attention to detail you would otherwise need to check yourself is a benefit that reduces your workload and ensures that your firm meets regulatory demands.

Connections and communication

Any complications arising from communicating your emissions reports are eliminated with a properly performing AML. It eliminates confusion, reduces communication, and provides clear information so that any contact with regulatory agencies is smooth and, most importantly, swift.

Look at your current Emissions

You have the equipment information on your current AML, its model number, installation date, and operating capacities. Outdated AML software might rely on discontinued systems, as regulatory agencies regularly update their technology. Your AML is an excellent tool to use, but only if operating at peak efficiency. Maintaining AML-CEMS is a cost that you need to have in your budget, and it will benefit you from a cost perspective in the long run.


You have many systems under your command. You have a great deal of equipment that needs constant attention. You have software that runs many of your tasks, and you are aware that the software capabilities are improved regularly.

A consultation with Hint can eliminate any concern you have over whether your software and equipment are being utilized to the best of their abilities and that your functions are operating most cost-effectively. Your goals are to maintain regulatory compliance while reducing costs, and consultation with Hint can ensure that you are doing both of those tasks in the best interests of your firm. And that consultation can ensure that you will be in the same position in the future.