Carrying out Source Apportionment and Emission Inventory study for Kashipur City, Uttarakhand

24 Jun 2020

The main objectives of this study are to:
• Profile ground level concentration of air pollutants in different parts of the city;
• Select emission factors for different categories of vehicles with due consideration to variations for fuel quality, technology, size and vintage of sources, control systems, etc;
• Select appropriate emission factors for other non-vehicular sources viz. industries, industrial and domestic fuel combustions, roadside dust, construction activities, generator sets, etc;
• Prepare inventory for different air pollutants , their emission rates and pollution loads from various sources along with spatial and temporal distribution in the city including its air shed;
• Profile the source emission characteristics of different possible sources;
• Conduct source apportionment studies for PM10, PM2.5, metals, ions, gases, etc. and prioritize the source categories for evolving cost-effective air pollution mitigation strategies/plans

Region
Uttarakhand
Themes
Tags
Air pollution
Carbon emissions
Air pollution sources
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