Emission monitoring for plant operators in Georgia: DMT awarded contract from Rusalloys

New air quality management regulations imposed by the Government of Georgia came into force this year, obligating industrial facilities to carry out continuous self-monitoring of emissions of harmful substances from stationary pollution sources such as industrial chimneys or flue gas stacks. Specifically, plant operators are now responsible for recording the quantity and temperature of dust, nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) being emitted into the ambient air.

With decades of experience in industrial monitoring across a broad range of applications, DMT has been awarded a contract by Rusalloys, one of Georgia’s largest manufacturers and exporters of ferroalloys, to install the required monitoring systems at their manganese processing plant in Rustavi. The work will be carried out by a team of engineers from DMT’s branch in Kolkata, India.
Following several successful large-scale projects for the Georgian mining sector, Business Development Manager for the region, Giorgi Obolashvili, identified this opportunity and is delighted to have successfully implemented the first order for DMT GROUP. “This is great opportunity to demonstrate DMT’s expertise in the field of industrial monitoring and further establish our position as an engineering service provider in the country”, he said.

Negotiations with several other plant operators are already underway.
Giorgi Obolashvili