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Friday, 18 October 2013 12:41

Installation of an Air Quality Emission Station at the Passengers Terminal of the Southern Port of Patras

Patras Port Authority SA is in the final stage of certification according to ISO 14001:2004. At the same time, Patras Port Authority has already begun all the appropriate procedures in order to achieve an “EcoPorts port” status according to ESPO.

In this context, systematic measurements of particulates (PM1, PM2.5 and PM10) have being carried out from Monday, Oct 7, 2013 , in the premises of the Southern Port of Patras, together with an experimental mapping of air pollution due to the activities of the port, not only in the entire port area but also at selected locations of the city.

These measurements were carried out in collaboration with the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics, Department of Physics, University of Patras, the Laboratory of Environment, Faculty of Sciences, University of Patras and the Region of Western Greece.
 
It has to be mentioned that all the data, i.e. the measurements of suspended particles (PM1, PM2.5 και PM10), will be available for the needs of the TEN ECOPORT project.
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