Air quality: Preliminary assessment of ambient air quality in Romania in accordance with EU Directives
A new report from the National Environmental Research Institute describes a preliminary assessment of ambient air quality in the Ploiesti urban agglomeration in Romania based. The assessment is based on air quality modelling. The methodology described serves as a role model for future assessments in Romania, where Ploiesti has been chosen as a pilot study. The report is the first of its kind in Romania, this being the first time that comprehensive air quality modelling has been used in the country. The preliminary assessment was carried out in accordance with the requirements in the EU directives on air quality assessment and management. The modelling is based on the Danish OML urban background model and the OSPM street canyon model. The four pollutants encompassed by the first EU daughter directive are covered: NO2, SO2, PM10 and lead.
Further information: Steen Solvang Jensen, National Environmental Research Institute. Phone: +45 4630 1281. E-mail: email@example.com
Read the report at: http://www.dmu.dk/1_viden/2_Publikationer/3_fagrapporter/rapporter/FR435.pdf
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