3 edition of National inventory of sources and emissions of chlorine (1978) found in the catalog.
National inventory of sources and emissions of chlorine (1978)
|Other titles||Inventaire national des sources et des émissions de chlore (1978)|
|Statement||Program Management Branch, Environmental Protection Programs Directorate, Environmental Protection Service, Environment Canada.|
|Series||Economic and technical review, Environmental Protection Service report series|
|Contributions||Canada. Environmental Protection Programs Directorate. Program Management Branch., Canada. Environmental Protection Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 19, 19, v.p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
Handbook Emission Factors for Road Transport (HBEFA) is a Microsoft Access database application providing emission factors, i.e. the specific emissions in g/km, for all current road vehicle categories (passenger cars, light duty vehicles, heavy duty vehicles, buses, and motorcycles).Emission factors are provided for all regulated and the most important non-regulated air pollutants as well as Operating system: Windows. In this study, the Anthropogenic Chlorine Emissions Inventory for China (ACEIC) was developed for the first time, including emissions of hydrogen chloride (HCl) and molecular chlorine (Cl2) from.
Hydrogen fluoride is used to manufacture other fluorine-based chemicals including Sodium fluoride, which is a white powder, although sometimes it is dyed blue for identification purposes. Further information. The National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) holds data for all sources of fluoride compounds emissions . The data for assessment of dioxin emissions from various industrial sources were collected from the national inventory databases. For Canada and the European countries (EU), data were extracted from the WebDab database, which is an emission database of European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (EMEP) [ 31 ].Author: Khushbu Salian, Vladimir Strezov, Tim J. Evans, Mark Taylor, Peter F. Nelson.
To achieve these standards, EPA has in place regulatory and voluntary programs to reduce the amount of air pollutants emitted from a wide range of emission sources. To keep track of these emissions, the EPA maintains the National Emission Inventory (NEI), the national database of air pollutant emissions information. According to the convention, parties are required to develop national inventory databases to report emission levels and develop a national implementation plan (NIP) to reduce further dioxin emissions.
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Inventaire national des sources et des émissions de chlore () Responsibility: Program Management Branch, Environmental Protection Programs Directorate, Environmental Protection Service, Environment Canada.
APTD NATIONAL INVENTORY OF SOURCES AND EMISSIONS: BORON - by W. Davis § Associates Sagamore Road Leawood, Kansas Contract No. EPA Project Officer: C. Spangler Prepared for ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Air and Water Programs Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, N.C.
June Tier Summaries: National/State/County summaries for Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 Files that can be used for air quality modeling can be found at the Air Emissions Modeling page. At this time the August version of the point source data is available in the facility query. Composite global emissions of reactive chlorine from anthropogenic and natural sources: Reactive Chlorine Emissions Inventory William.
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CPA EPA Project Officer: C. Spongier Prepared for ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Air and Water Programs Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, N.C.
May Emission inventory for atomic chlorine precursors in Southeast Texas 10 Chang, et al., 8/24/ 2. Emissions of atomic chlorine precursors from cooling towers in southeast Texas. Cooling towers can be significant sources of atomic chlorine precursors.
Version 3 Hg: (ZIP) ( MB) Point source facility-process, nonpoint, onroad, nonroad and national summary for mercury (Hg) Files that can be used for air quality modeling can be found at the Air Emissions Modeling.
Documentation. The NEI database includes air emissions sources of both criteria of both criteria and hazardous air polluntants. Data are available for many facilities and as county totals. The NEI is the next inventory on the three-year cycle and the EPA will create it using data provided by State, Local and Tribal air agencies.
The commenter also noted that the Dow facility had the lowest emissions (22 Ib/yr) of facilities reported in the risk assessment document and the highest chlorine production volume ( million Ib Cl2/yr), which also indicates that the emissions from the Dow facility were.
Emission inventories for major reactive tropospheric Cl species (particulate Cl, HCl, ClNO 2, CH 3 Cl, CHCl 3, CH 3 CCl 3, C 2 Cl 4, C 2 HCl 3, CH 2 Cl 2, and CHClF 2) were integrated across source types (terrestrial biogenic and oceanic emissions, sea‐salt production and dechlorination, biomass burning, industrial emissions, fossil‐fuel combustion, and incineration).Cited by: This study classified emission sources into seven categories; production of CP, synthesis of flame retardants, synthesis of PVC plasticizers, use of flame retardants, use of PVC plasticizers, synthesis of metalworking fluids and use of metalworking fluids.
We used emission factor data from Xu et by: This paper presents the first National Emissions Inventory (NEI) of fine particulate matter (PM ) that includes the full suite of PM trace elements (atomic number >10) measured at ambient monitoring sites across the U.S. PM emissions in the NEI were organized and aggregated into a set of 84 source categories for which chemical speciation profiles are available (e.g., Unpaved Road Cited by: SinceEPA has promulgated regulations limiting DLC emissions for several source categories that contribute to the DLC inventory (e.g., municipal waste combustors, waste incinerators, and pulp and paper facilities using chlorine bleach processes).
Global emissions of hydrogen chloride and chloromethane from coal combustion, incineration and industrial activities: Reactive Chlorine Emissions Inventory.
Abstract. Much if not all of the chlorine present in fossil fuels is released into the atmosphere as hydrogen chloride (HCl) and chloromethane (CH 3Cl, methyl chloride).Cited by: Get this from a library. National inventory of sources and emissions of carbon dioxide ().
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Chlorine radical plays an important role in ozone formation. However, it has not generally been included in air quality modelling in China.
In this study, an emission inventory for atomic chlorine precursors was developed for Shanghai in the year Total emissions of chlorine radical precursors were estimated at tons/: Li Li, Sijia Yin, Ling Huang, Xin Yi, Yangjun Wang, Kun Zhang, Chel Gee Ooi, David T. Allen.
The US emissions inventory of HCB and other Section (c)(6) pollutants (USEPA, b) reports national HCB emissions of tons ( kg)/yr. A summary of HCB emissions in the US and Canada by Cohen et al. () focuses on transport to the Great Lakes with modeling of atmospheric emissions from all parts of the US and by: Chlorine dioxide is strongly oxidising, and reacts violently with organic chemicals and can be detonated by sunlight, heat, or contact with mercury or carbon monoxide.
Further information. The National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) holds data for all sources of chlorine dioxide emissions in Australia. Australia's chlorine dioxide emission report.
National inventory of natural sources and emissions of nitrogen compounds. [Ottawa]: Environment Canada: Pollution Analysis Division, Air Pollution Programs Branch, Air Pollution Control Directorate, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.APTD NATIONAL INVENTORY OF SOURCES AND EMISSIONS: MANGANESE - by W.
E. Davis § Associates Sagamore Road Leawood, Kansas Contract No. CPA EPA Project Officer: C. V. Spangler Prepared for ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Air and Water Programs Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, N.C.
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