Industrial emission management is a series of activities aimed at controlling and reducing pollutant emissions generated by industrial activities. This is important to minimize negative impacts on the environment and human health. Here are some steps that can be taken in industrial emission management:

1. Emission Assessment

  • Identify sources of emissions in industrial processes.
  • Measure and survey emissions generated by various industrial activities.
  • Analyze the measurement results to determine the level and type of emissions.
2. Policy and Procedure Development
  • Include policies and procedures for managing emissions in the company's operational planning.
  • Define emissions standards that comply with local and international environmental regulations.
3. Use of Clean Technology
  • Implement clean production technologies to reduce pollutant emissions.
  • Upgrade equipment and machinery to be more efficient and environmentally friendly.
4. Emission Monitoring and Control
  • Install an emission monitoring system to monitor in real-time.
  • Apply emission control technologies such as air pollution control devices to reduce exhaust emissions.
5. Employee Training
  • Provide training to employees to raise awareness about the importance of emissions management.
  • Socialize best practices in reducing emissions.
6. Waste Management
  • Manage industrial waste properly, including solid, liquid and hazardous waste.
  • Recycle materials where possible.
7. Compliance Monitoring and Reporting
  • Conduct regular monitoring to ensure that the company complies with applicable emission standards.
  • Regular reports to environmental authorities and interested parties.
8.  Innovation and Research
  • Support research and innovation to develop more effective solutions to reduce industrial emissions.

9. Collaboration with Related Parties
  • Build cooperation with relevant parties, such as the government, environmental organizations and local communities to support emission management efforts.
10. Evaluation and Update
  • Conduct regular evaluations of the emissions management program.
  • Immediately implement changes or updates in accordance with technological developments and regulatory changes.
It is important to note that industrial emissions management is not only beneficial for the environment but can also provide long-term economic benefits through operational efficiency and compliance with increasingly stringent regulations.