Environmental and CO2 Emissions Analysis

INTEMAC conducts Environmental and CO2 Emissions Analysis to assess the environmental impact of human activities and develop effective mitigation strategies. This This service ranges from detailed carbon footprint studies to the implementation of measures to reduce CO2 emissions.

Advanced methodologies are employed to provide accurate analysis and actionable recommendations, supporting clients in their commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.

Silvia Grandes G. Chemical Sciences

Analytics for Monitoring

Carrying out analyses for the monitoring and environmental analysis of CO2 emissions, through laboratory tests of raw materials, fuels, or the final product, to monitor greenhouse gas emissions.

Assays for the determination of Chromium

Tests for the determination of water-soluble chromium (VI) in binders, required for the verification of the regulatory requirement derived from compliance with Directive 2003/53/EC in industry.

Characterization studies

Studies on the characterisation of by-products or industrial waste, based on sustainability criteria, to analyse their suitability for use in non-structural mortars or concretes (thermal power plant slag as aggregate, micronised glass as an addition, copper smelting slag as aggregate, artificial light aggregates, ash from sewage sludge calcination or ground ceramic rubble as a pozzolanic addition…) and as a material for use in bases and subbases and in surface layers (recycled aggregates from the treatment of construction and demolition waste (CDW)

Analysis of construction materials

Analysis of building materials to assess their content in regulated substances or potentially harmful or hazardous chemicals by leaching into soils, surface water and groundwater (European Commission Mandate 366)

The Institute’s Central Laboratory is accredited by ENAC with accreditation No. 25/LE039, for the performance of CO2 determination tests in carbonate limestone materials and in cement crudes according to criteria set out in the UNE-EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standard. The scope of this accreditation, granted in 1991, is defined in the Technical Annex Rev. 15 dated 17/12/2010.

Pedro López - G.in Chemistry ,MSc , PhD