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Komité: CEN/TC 264 (Air quality)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 5. jan 2023
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This document specifies a continuous measurement method for the determination of the concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and nitrogen monoxide present in ambient air based on the chemiluminescence measuring principle. This document describes the performance characteristics and sets the relevant minimum criteria required to select an appropriate chemiluminescence analyser by means of type testing. It also includes the evaluation of the suitability of an analyser for use in a specific fixed site so as to meet the data quality requirements as specified in Annex I of Directive 2008/50/EC [1] and requirements during sampling, calibration and quality assurance for use. The method is applicable to the determination of the concentration of nitrogen dioxide present in ambient air up to 500 µg/m3. This concentration range represents the certification range for nitrogen dioxide for type testing. The method is applicable to the determination of the concentration of nitrogen monoxide present in ambient air up to 1 200 µg/m3. This concentration range represents the certification range for nitrogen monoxide for the type testing. NOTE 1 It is possible to use other ranges depending on the levels present in ambient air. NOTE 2 When this document is used for purposes other than for measurements required by Directive2008/50/EC, the ranges and uncertainty requirements possibly do not apply. The method covers the determination of ambient air concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and nitrogen monoxide in zones classified as rural areas, urban-background areas, traffic-orientated locations and locations influenced by industrial sources. The results are expressed in µg/m3 (at 20 °C and 101,3 kPa). NOTE 3 500 µg/m3 of nitrogen dioxide corresponds to 261 nmol/mol of nitrogen dioxide at 20 °C and 101,3 kPa. 1 200 µg/m3 of nitrogen monoxide corresponds to 962 nmol/mol of nitrogen monoxide at 20 °C and 101,3 kPa. This document contains information for different groups of users. Clause 5 to Clause 7 and Annex B and Annex C contain general information about the principles of NOx measurement by chemiluminescence analyser and sampling equipment. Clause 8 and Annex E are specifically directed towards test houses and laboratories that perform type testing of NOx analysers. These sections contain information about: — type testing conditions, test procedures and test requirements; — analyser performance requirements; — evaluation of the type testing results; — evaluation of the uncertainty of the measurement results of the NOx analyser based on the type testing results. Clause 9 to Clause 11 and Annex F and Annex G are directed towards monitoring networks performing the practical measurements of NOx in ambient air. These sections contain information about: — initial installation of the analyser in the monitoring network and acceptance testing; — ongoing quality assurance/quality control; — calculation and reporting of measurement results; — evaluation of the uncertainty of measurement results under practical monitoring conditions. This document represents an evolution of earlier editions (EN 14211:2005 and EN 14211:2012). It is advisable that when equipment is procured it complies fully with this document. NOTE 4 Type testing performed prior to the publication of this document for the purpose of demonstrating equivalence are still valid. NOTE 5 Analysers type tested prior to the publication of this document remain valid for use for regulated monitoring purposes.
Komité: CEN/TC 264 (Air quality)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 5. jan 2023
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This European Standard specifies a continuous measurement method for the determination of the concentrations of ozone present in ambient air based on the ultraviolet photometric measuring principle. This standard describes the performance characteristics and sets the relevant minimum criteria required to select an appropriate ultraviolet photometric analyser by means of type approval tests. It also includes the evaluation of the suitability of an analyser for use in a specific fixed site so as to meet the data quality requirements as specified in Annex I of Directive 2008/50/EC [1] and requirements during sampling, calibration and quality assurance for use. The method is applicable to the determination of the concentration of ozone present in ambient air up to 500 μg/m3. This concentration range represents the certification range for ozone for the type approval test. NOTE 1 Other ranges may be used for measurement systems applied at rural locations monitoring ecosystems. NOTE 2 When the standard is used for other purposes than Directive 2008/50/EC, the ranges and uncertainty requirements may not apply. The method covers the determination of ambient air concentrations of ozone in zones classified as rural areas, urban and urban-background areas. The results are expressed in μg/m3 (at 20 °C and 101,3 kPa). NOTE 3 500 μg/m3 of O3 corresponds to 250 nmol/mol of O3 at 20 °C and 101,3 kPa. This standard contains information for different groups of users. Clauses 5 to 7 and Annexes B and C contain general information about the principles of ozone measurement by ultraviolet photometric analyser and sampling equipment. Clause 8 and Annex E are specifically directed towards test houses and laboratories that perform type-approval testing of ozone analysers. These sections contain information about: − type-approval test conditions, test procedures and test requirements; − analyser performance requirements; − evaluation of the type-approval test results; − evaluation of the uncertainty of the measurement results of the ozone analyser based on the type-approval test results. Clauses 9 to 11 and Annexes F and G are directed towards monitoring networks performing the practical measurements of ozone in ambient air. These sections contain information about: − initial installation of the analyser in the monitoring network and acceptance testing; − ongoing quality assurance/quality control; − calculation and reporting of measurement results; − evaluation of the uncertainty of measurement results under practical monitoring conditions.
Komité: CEN/TC 264 (Air quality)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 5. jan 2023
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This document specifies a continuous measurement method for the determination of the concentration of sulfur dioxide present in ambient air based on the ultraviolet fluorescence measuring principle. This document describes the performance characteristics and sets the relevant minimum criteria required to select an appropriate ultraviolet fluorescence analyser by means of type testing. It also includes the evaluation of the suitability of an analyser for use in a specific fixed site so as to meet the data quality requirements as specified in Annex I of Directive 2008/50/EC [1] and requirements during sampling, calibration and quality assurance for use. The method is applicable to the determination of the mass concentration of sulphur dioxide present in ambient air up to 1000 µg/m3. This concentration range represents the certification range for sulfur dioxide for type testing. NOTE 1 It is possible to use other ranges depending on the levels present in ambient air. NOTE 2 When this document is used for purposes other than for measurements required by Directive 2008/50/EC, the ranges and uncertainty requirements possibly do not apply. The method covers the determination of ambient air concentrations of sulfur dioxide in locations classified as rural areas, urban-background areas, and for sampling influenced by traffic or industrial sources. The results are expressed in µg/m3 (at 20 °C and 101,3 kPa). NOTE 3 1 000 µg/m3 of SO2 corresponds to 376 nmol/mol of SO2. This document contains information for different groups of users. Clause 5 to Clause 7 and Annex C and Annex D contain general information about the principles of sulfur dioxide measurement by ultraviolet fluorescence analyser and sampling equipment. Clause 8 and Annex E are specifically directed towards test houses and laboratories that perform type testing of sulfur dioxide analysers. These sections contain information about: — type testing conditions, test procedures and test requirements; — analyser performance requirements; — evaluation of the type testing results; — evaluation of the uncertainty of the measurement results of the sulfur dioxide analyser based on the type testing results. Clause 9 to Clause 11 and Annex F and Annex G are directed towards monitoring networks performing the practical measurements of sulfur dioxide in ambient air. These sections contain information about: — initial installation of the analyser in the monitoring network and acceptance testing; — ongoing quality assurance/quality control; — calculation and reporting of measurement results; — evaluation of the uncertainty of the measurement results under practical monitoring conditions. This document represents an evolution of earlier editions (EN 14212:2005 and EN 14212:2012). It is advisable that when equipment is procured it complies fully with this document. NOTE 4 Type testing performed prior to the publication of this document for the purpose of demonstrating equivalence are still valid. NOTE 5 Analysers type tested prior to the publication of this document remain valid for use for regulated monitoring purposes.
Komité: CEN/TC 264 (Air quality)
Opprinnelse: SN
Sluttdato: 5. jan 2023
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This European Standard specifies a continuous measurement method for the determination of the concentration of carbon monoxide present in ambient air based on the non-dispersive infrared spectroscopic measuring principle. This standard describes the performance characteristics and sets the relevant minimum criteria required to select an appropriate non-dispersive infrared spectroscopic analyser by means of type approval tests. It also includes the evaluation of the suitability of an analyser for use in a specific fixed site so as to meet the data quality requirements as specified in Annex I of Directive 2008/50/EC [1] and requirements during sampling, calibration and quality assurance for use. The method is applicable to the determination of the mass concentration of carbon monoxide present in ambient air up to 100 mg/m3 carbon monoxide. This concentration range represents the certification range for the type approval test. NOTE 1 Other ranges may be used depending on the levels present in ambient air. NOTE 2 When the standard is used for other purposes than for measurements required by Directive 2008/50/EC, the ranges and uncertainty requirements may not apply. The method covers the determination of ambient air concentrations of carbon monoxide in zones classified as rural areas, urban-background areas and traffic-orientated locations and locations influenced by industrial sources. The results are expressed in mg/m3 (at 20 °C and 101,3 kPa). NOTE 3 100 mg/m3 of CO corresponds to 86 μmol/mol of CO. This standard contains information for different groups of users. Clauses 5 to 7 and Annexes B, C and D contain general information about the principles of carbon monoxide measurement by non-dispersive infrared spectroscopic analyser and sampling equipment. Clause 8 and Annex E are specifically directed towards test houses and laboratories that perform type-approval testing of carbon monoxide analysers. These sections contain information about: − type-approval test conditions, test procedures and test requirements; − analyser performance requirements; − evaluation of the type-approval test results; − evaluation of the uncertainty of the measurement results of the carbon monoxide analyser based on the type approval test results. Clauses 9 to 11 and Annex F are directed towards monitoring networks performing the practical measurements of carbon monoxide in ambient air. These sections contain information about: − initial installation of the analyser in the monitoring network and acceptance testing; − ongoing quality assurance/quality control; − calculation and reporting of measurement results; − evaluation of the uncertainty of measurement results under practical monitoring conditions.
Komité: ISO/TC 268/SC 1 (Smart community infrastructures)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 16. jan 2023
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Komité: ISO/TC 282/SC 1 (Treated wastewater reuse for irrigation)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 17. jan 2023
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Komité: ISO/TC 224 (Drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems and services)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 18. jan 2023
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Komité: ISO/TC 92 (Fire safety)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 26. jan 2023
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Komité: ISO/TC 224 (Drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems and services)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 26. jan 2023
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This document is intended for all water utilities supplying water and/or wastewater services regardless of the type of organization or of the size of the utility.
This document specifies guidelines for the planning and implementation of water and wastewater systems' infrastructure hardening.
This document is applicable to all water utilities, of whatever size whether public or private, that wish to plan or review the effectiveness and efficiency of their water and/or wastewater system infrastructure hardening.
Komité: ISO/TC 224 (Drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems and services)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 30. jan 2023
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This document provides guidelines on alternative drinking water service (AWS) provision during a crisis for essential services, key establishments and facilities, and farms (animals).

This document addresses:

a)AWS principles and methods;

b)AWS operational planning and implementation.

This document is not applicable to:

1)planned water supply interruptions forming part of drinking water utilities’ normal operations;
NOTE However, many of the principles and methods described can be appropriate in such circumstances.

2)alternative drinking water supply (ADWS) (service) provision during a crisis for urban purposes, which is covered by ISO24527;

3)water supplied to temporary settlements such as refugee camps, which is covered by ISO24519;

4)the development and implementation of a crisis management system for water service, which is covered by ISO 24518 and ISO/TS 24520.

Komité: ISO/TC 92 (Fire safety)
Opprinnelse: ISO
Sluttdato: 31. jan 2023
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ISO 13943:2017 defines terminology relating to fire safety as used in ISO and IEC fire standards.