Continuous Air Monitoring System (CAMS) Data
A Continuous Air Monitoring System consists of one Photo Ionization Detector (PID) Analyzer and one Summa Canister. The PID Analyzer collects data continuously, reduces, and records data. If the applicable Non-Methane Non-Ethane Volatile Organic Compound (NMNEVOC) Action Level is exceeded, a solenoid valve actuates to fill a six (6) liter Summa Canister for 30-minutes and an investigation is initiated within 24-hours with the contents of the Summa Canister analyzed for “Chemicals of Potential Concern”.
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The Shell Polymers Monaca (SPM) site conducts bi-weekly passive sampling for Chemicals of Potential Concern, which include Benzene, n-Hexane, 1-3 Butadiene, Toluene, and Naphthalene. To conduct this monitoring, Shell has installed twenty (20) Passive Air Monitoring System (PAMS) locations.