New Boundary Guardian Series provides long-term, unattended monitoring of noise, vibration and dust levels
Cost-effectively monitors work sites for regulatory limits
Casella CEL has launched a web-based monitoring system that simultaneously checks dust, vibration and noise levels to ensure regulatory limits are not being exceeded or that the standards of the surrounding community are not being violated. Engineered to make environmental compliance simple, the new Casella Boundary Guardian is ideal for long-term, unattended continuous monitoring of construction and demolition sites, roadside traffic, processing operations, recycling and composting facilities, and industrial boundaries in or near densely populated areas. In the event dust (including respirable fractions PM1, PM2.5 and PM 10) or noise levels are exceeded, the Boundary Guardian instantly sends an email or text to site managers who can take appropriate action to bring levels back to within acceptable limits.
Additionally, this instrument can use its internal memory to capture forensic noise data. For example, if the decibel level exceeds a pre-set threshold, the Boundary Guardian automatically records a .wav file, thereby giving the Project Manager the ability to hear and identify the source of the offending sounds.
The Boundary Guardian's unique ability to monitor, record and even identify environmental sources provides the secure information needed by facility operators, contractors, and remediation firms to prove compliance with regulatory requirements. Accessing reports and receiving real-time alerts are incredibly useful tools in keeping ahead of any possible concerns or complaints from the community or agencies.
The ANSI and IEC compliant sound level meter built into the Boundary Guardian units meets or exceeds requirements for accuracy and calculation of the most important environmental metrics, while its sensitive dust monitor features a laser probe with convenient calibration reference. A maintenance free wind speed and direction sensor is available as an option.