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THE CENTER FOR INTEGRATED MANAGEMEENT OF AIR QUALITY

The Center conducts research, analysis, observation and modelling of air quality, energy consumption and GHG emissions. It employs the latest communication technologies. Its reach extends across and beyond the Balkans.

 

OUR MISSION

Support of the national and local activities for development and implementation of integrated policies to reduce energy consumption, air pollution and GHG emissions.


ABEA’s center for integrated management of air quality works on all components of air quality management.

 

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TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT:


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Mobile laboratory for measurement and analysis of AQ
and meteorological mast



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Particulate monitor for monitoring of PM2,5 and PM10

 

 

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Patriculate monitor for monitoring of NO, NO2, NOx

 


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- Air quality management system - Airviro - 13 disperssion models for air quality monitoring


 

AIR QUALITY MEASUREMENT

• Air quality modelling at each point
• Measurements for requirements of the integrated permits of enterprises, analysis following alerts from locations without automatic stations for measurement
• Measuring the concentration of the main pollutants: PM2,5, PM10, NO,NO2, NOx;
• Meteorological parameter - temperature, wind speed, wind direction, relative humidity, atmosphere pressure


EMISSION INVENTORY

The Center’s team has extensive experience in the inventories of emissions by sectors: industry, transport,
households, etc.


AIR QUALITY MODELLING

The Center uses the most popular and functional system in the world for air quality management: Airviro. The system supplies 13 dispersion models (AEROMOD, Austal 2000, CALPUF, Noise Screening
ISO 9613-2, OSPM Street Canyon, SMHI: Danard Wind Model, Street Canyon, Dispersion, Grid,
Heavy Gas, MATCH, Receptor, Gauss).
The modelling can be carried out afor a municipality or larger or smaller territorial units. Modelling covers
all the requirements of municipal programmes for air quality. The modelling can be statistical, nearto-
real-time or forecast. These simulations support decision making and local air quality planning

 

SERVICES

- Air quality (AQ) monitoring - particle matter (PM2,5 and PM10) and nitrogen oxides (NO, NO2, NOx)
- Emissions inventory
- Dispersion modelling of air quality and optimisation scenarios
- Development and update of municipal programmes and plans for air quality, energy efficiency, RES and biofuels
- Meteorological and climate research
- Predictive and pre-investment modelling of the impact of infrastructure projects to AQ
- Civil complaints in areas without automatic measurement station foor AQ
- Modelling emergency cases and scenarios for evacuation

 

THE CENTER FOR INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF AIR QUALITY


139 Ruski Blvd., fl.3, suite 301
Plovdiv 4000, Bulgaria
Phone: +359 32 625 755
Fax: +359 32 625 754
www.abea-bg.org


Contact:
Liyana Adjarova
Chair
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Eng. Milena Agopyan
Expert, Project Coordinator
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