Παρουσίαση με θέμα: "Emission Inventory in Cyprus"— Μεταγράφημα παρουσίασης:
1 Emission Inventory in Cyprus Dr Chrysanthos Savvides
2 Emissions Inventory in Cyprus “Development of an emission inventory including formation of a database for atmospheric pollutant emissions and a software for simulation and forecast of air quality in Cyprus”Objectives:Collection of activity data from all emission-generating sourcesDevelopment of an emissions database based on the methodology of the EMEP/EEA Emission Inventory GuidebookDevelopment of a GIS application for the presentation of activity data and emissions on digital mapsDevelopment of a web-based application for the evaluation and management of air quality
3 Data Sources Annual reports (Condition under the Air Emission Permit) National data offices (e.g. Statistical Service) and Government DepartmentsQuestionnaires sent to industriesMeasurements conducted external teamroad traffic countsPM concentrations at quarriesOlder data from similar measurements availableOther research projects, literature
4 Road traffic dataMore than hour measurements of traffic load, traffic composition and average speed at urban, rural and highway roads were carried out.Measurements conducted at various days of the week, covering both weekdays and weekends and also winter and summer conditions.Older data from traffic measurements were also used (2006 and 2007 traffic census) conducted by the Public Works Department.
7 PM measurements at quarries PM measurements (TSP and PM10) conducted at 7 quarriesFor each quarry, hour measurements were conducted by means of 4 High Volume SamplersMeteorological data and quarry activity also recordedData used for producing emission factors
8 Software for EIInput all necessary data (emission factors and activity data)Emission estimation per sourceView all data in several forms or reportsExecute the emission inventorySave all these data in a simple database
25 ConclusionsThe main contributors to air pollution in Cyprus is electricity production, cement production and road transport.Continuous emission reduction from road transport sector due to the technological improvement and the fleet renewal.Emission reduction in electricity production due to the import and use of LNG as the main fuel from 2014.Merging of the two cement industries by the end of 2010 with new and environmental friendly cement production technology.With out any additional measures, continuous increasing of emission until 2013 (LNG as a main fuel in power sector).
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