The HME (High-Volume Environmental Emissions Monitoring) apparatus consists of a ventilator (or a small portable gas mask) with a hood and a small electric motor that is used to blow into a tube containing the CO2, releasing the gas into the air.
It is an important part of the monitoring system, as it helps to monitor the health of the entire system.
HME is also a tool used to monitor air quality in residential buildings.
A study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives showed that smoke and air quality data from HME and other equipment are very similar.
However, some studies found that data from the HMA was more accurate.
In the article, Dr. Srinivasan and his colleagues describe their work to better understand the difference in the Hme data from various sites in India.
The Hme equipment is a very simple device and it can be easily modified.
It can be modified for different situations and needs no specialized knowledge.
We have been trying to improve the data collection and analysis techniques for the HMe data, as we need it to improve our knowledge about the impact of particulate matter pollution on human health and the environment.
Dr. Jaitley says the HMEM data are not always representative of the environment and therefore need to be analyzed more closely.
He explains that HME data from different locations, different areas and different countries are used to calculate and analyse air quality indicators.
The team looked at air quality levels and measured air quality at a number of different locations around the world.
It was very clear that there was a significant difference in different locations in India compared to other countries.
The study shows that different countries use different methods to collect Hme emissions data.
For example, the HSE collects data from several sites across India and in the U.K. The scientists also found that the HMM and HME emissions are collected from different sites in the same area.
The air quality of a site is compared to the data collected at other sites.
This analysis of the Hmes air quality could give a more accurate picture of the pollution levels at a particular site.
In a study published earlier this year, Dr Srinivaan and colleagues showed that particulate pollution can be linked to lung diseases, including COPD, and diabetes.
The researchers concluded that the results from the study show that pollution from smoke is associated with higher risk of COPD and diabetes, and that it has a significant impact on human life.
Dr. K. Ramesh and his team analyzed data from more than 2,000 people, and found that pollution was linked to elevated risk of asthma, COPD as well as diabetes.
Dr. Srikant says that it is important to understand the relationship between particulate air pollution and lung health.
As particulate emissions are not evenly distributed in the air, people may experience more frequent or worse lung diseases.
It also has a detrimental effect on health, and this is not something we can predict.
The team’s next step is to investigate the impact that particulates have on the health and environmental quality of the people in the study areas.
They hope to compare the results of the study with the results in other countries, and compare the data with the data from countries like the U:United States, France, and China.