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Tipo: Abstract in atti di convegno

Titolo: Opportunities to apply non-conventional techniques for fugitive particulate emissions in IPPC permits

Anno di pubblicazione: 2016

Formato: Elettronico

Autori: C. Mazziotti and C. Cafaro


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Lingua: inglese

Abstract: Industrial emissions (also together with domestic heating and transportation) are one of the major contributors to overall emissions of atmospheric particulate matter. Moreover, such emissions are particularly substantial in industrial parks with many large installations in a limited portion of territory, each contributing significantly to the reference emission context. However, particulate matter is considered an important health hazard depending on its concentration, composition and size. As a matter of fact, it may be constituted by acidic or noxious substances such as heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic compounds. Nevertheless, there are many industrial activities that may have a significant emission of particulate matter resulting from raw materials handling and storage as well as the production process such as coal-fired power plants. In Italy there are several important industrial sites spread throughout the country where often are present also coal-fired power plants. The operation of such installations is regulated by a specific environmental permit, i.e. IPPC permit that, for the main power plants (with a capacity above 300 MWth), is issued by the Ministry of the Environment Land and Sea. This authorisation, called AIA, is required according to the European directive 2010/75/UE on industrial emissions known as IED (Industrial Emissions Directive). Such a directive is the legislative instrument in force concerning IPPC (integrated pollution prevention and control). It regulates the way to guarantee the prevention and reduction of pollution generated by the major industrial activities, ensuring the achievement of a high level of environmental protection as a whole. The IED legislation requires each installation to have a specific permit for the operation of the plants containing all the measures necessary to ensure a management of industries environmentally consistent. Such measures should be adopted in accordance to the BAT Conclusions, synthetically reporting the description and the applicability of the Best Available Techniques (BAT), the monitoring requirements to be applied for the sector concerned. BATs are set to prevent and, where that is not practicable, to reduce all the emissions related to the installation and it covers all phases related to the management of the industries, including for example handling and storage of coal.

Pagine da: 37

Pagine a: 39

Pagine totali: 45

Curatore/i del volume: IAS Italian Aerosol Society

ISBN: 978-88-942135-0-8

Referee: No

Stato della pubblicazione: Published version

Parole chiave:

  • industrial emissions
  • IPPC permit
  • power plants
  • monitoring

URL: http://www.isac.cnr.it/it/eventi/workshop-tech-air-2016-application-non-conventional-analytical-techniques-atmospheric

Congresso nome: International workshop on application of non-conventional analytical techniques to atmospheric particulate matter - TECH-AIR 2016

Congresso luogo: Lecce

Congresso data: 07/11/2016

Congresso rilevanza: Internazionale

Congresso relazione: Contributo

Titolo parallelo: Proceedings of the international workshop on application of non-conventional analytical techniques to atmospheric particulate matter - TECH-AIR 2016

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