Emissions of hazardous substances from stationary sources
Emissions in 2013
In 2013 emissions of hazardous substances into atmosphere comprised 261.4 thousand t., 54.2% of which fell to share vehicles, 45.8%- to stationary sources of emissions. The quantity of stationary sources of emission comprised 3 176, 77.0% of which had standard marginal permissible norms. The quantity of noxious substances detached from stationary sources of emission composed 314.4 thousand t., 61.9% of which was captured, the rest 38.1% emitted into atmosphere. 26.6% of noxious materials emitted into atmosphere was comprised by sulphureous anyhydride (31.8 thousand t.), 2.2%carbon oxide (2.6 thousand t.), 1.3% nitric oxides /without suboxide/-(1.5thousand t.). Total quantity of heavy metals in atmospheric emissions comprised 49.4 t. Quantity of dust emitted into atmosphere composed 3 622.2t., 4.1%(148.4t.) of which was organic dust.
The quantity of volatile organic compounds in the atmospheric emissions comprised 417.6 t.
Atmospheric emissions from vehicles
Emissions in 2013
In 2013 the quantity of hazardous substances emitted into atmosphere from vehicles comprised 141.7 thousand t. A large share was comprised by carbon oxide 102.6 thousand t. or 72.4% of total emissions, volatile organic compounds-23.3 thousand t. or 16.4% nitric oxides- 15.3 thousand t. or 10.8%.
The sampling points for the monitoring of surface water and air pool Map
The data of air pool pollution by "Environmental Effect Monitoring Center" SNCO
of the Ministry
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