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Ecological situation in St. Petersburg based on the automatic air monitoring stations data The contented of the suspended particles in atmospheric air in St. Petersburg Air quality in Primorsky district of St. Petersburg Characteristic of air pollution degree by data Automated air monitoring system in St. Petersburg Choose the station get more information on air pollution The data obtained automatically and verified additionally if necessary Pollutants are designated as follows: CO - carbon monoxide, NO - nitrogen monoxide, NO2 - nitrogen dioxide, SO2 - sulfur dioxide, O3 - ozone, PM10 - suspended particles less than 10 microns in diameter, PM2.5 - suspended particles less than 2.5 microns in diameter Automated air monotoring system stations in St. Petersburg Maximum permissible concentrations of pollutants Automated air monotoring system stations in St. Petersburg (ASM-AV) is intended for addressing the needs of public authorities, local governments, city organizations and residents and providing them with information on current air quality. Today in the city there are 25 automatic air pollution monitoring stations, 2 stationary observation posts (SOPs), 3 mobile air pollution monitoring laboratories. ASM-AV stations are located in all 18 administrative regions of St. Petersburg (see the stations mapping scheme above), providing daily (morning) information on air pollution degree in the city. Measurements of pollutant concentrations are carried out continuously in the automatic mode being averaged every 20 minutes. The maintenance of the stations is carried out by the St. Petersburg state geological unitary enterprise Mineral Professional Firm. The health of residents of St. Petersburg – the industrial megalopolis with a huge highway network, – is being under the influence of the main pollutants mostly: carbon monoxide, nitrogen monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, suspended particles getting to atmospheric air with emissions from power plants, industrial enterprises and transport. The stations, except pollutant analyzers, also are equipped with the automated radiation control system devices. You can get information on the current radiation conditions here.

Ecological situation in St. Petersburg based on the automatic air monitoring stations data
The contented of the suspended particles in atmospheric air in St. Petersburg
Air quality in Primorsky district of St. Petersburg

Characteristic of air pollution degree by data

Choose the station get more information on air pollution
The data obtained automatically and verified additionally if necessary
 

 

Pollutants are designated as follows: CCO - carbon monoxide, NO - nitrogen monoxide, NO2 - nitrogen dioxide, SO2 - sulfur dioxide, O3 - ozone, PM10 - suspended particles less than 10 microns in diameter, PM2.5 - suspended particles less than 2.5 microns in diameter

Automated air monotoring system stations in St. Petersburg (ASM-AV) is intended for addressing the needs of public authorities, local governments, city organizations and residents and providing them with information on current air quality. Today in the city there are 25 automatic air pollution monitoring stations, 2 stationary observation posts (SOPs), 3 mobile air pollution monitoring laboratories. ASM-AV stations are located in all 18 administrative regions of St. Petersburg (see the stations mapping scheme above), providing daily (morning) information on air pollution degree in the city. Measurements of pollutant concentrations are carried out continuously in the automatic mode being averaged every 20 minutes. The maintenance of the stations is carried out by the St. Petersburg state geological unitary enterprise Mineral Professional Firm.

The health of residents of St. Petersburg – the industrial megalopolis with a huge highway network, – is being under the influence of the main pollutants mostly: carbon monoxide, nitrogen monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, suspended particles getting to atmospheric air with emissions from power plants, industrial enterprises and transport.

The stations, except pollutant analyzers, also are equipped with the automated radiation control system devices.

You can get information on the current radiation conditions here.

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