nedelja, 17 dec 2017

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Preliminary report
UDC: 539.194(497.6 Mrkonjić Grad)
DOI: 10.7251/afts.2017.0916.095P
COBISS.RS-ID 6441240
 
 
ZERO STATE OF AIR QUALITY IN THE AREA
OF FUTURE FACTORY R-S Silicon IN MRKONJIĆ GRAD
 
Pešević Dušica1, Knežević Nebojša2
2Civil Engineering Institute ”IG”, Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina
 

ABSTRACT  Full text (pdf)

Air quality measurement was conducted in the vicinity of the industrial plot that belongs to RS Silicon LLC Mrkonjić Grad where a plant for the production of the silicon metal is constructed, during the period January – December 2015; this air quality measurement comprised the immissions concentrations of CO, SO2, NO2 and total suspended particles (TSP), while simultaneously measuring wind speed and direction.
 
The factory for Si-metal production will generate direct and indirect environmental impacts, especially on air.Generally, the largest environmental impact during operation of the factory will be reflected in the emission of a large quantity of waste gases. This document shows air pollution measurement results which represent the zero state, it is to say a basis for further assessment of air quality after the commissioning of subject factory.
 
Key words: factory "R-S Silicon", air quality, emission, immission, limit value
 

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