Improving urban air quality in China: investigation and control measures of PM2.5, PM10, NO2 and SO2 in air


Improving urban air quality in China: investigation and control measures of PM2.5, PM10, NO2 and SO2 in air


Hui Wang1, Guozhu Chen2, Rui Yang1, Baolei Lv1, Shiyu Liu1, Junqing Sun1, Shaoliang Yang1, Xinjun Li1*
1.School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Qilu Institute of Technology,China.
2.College of Hydraulic & Environmental Engineering, China Three Gorges University, China.


Scientific Research and Reviews

In recent years, the quality of urban atmospheric environment in China has caused widespread concern in the whole society. Improving air quality has become a major content of air pollution prevention and control in China. To do a good job in atmospheric prevention and control, we must investigate and analyze the sources of major atmospheric pollutants and their pollution characteristics firstly. With the acceleration of urbanization, the air pollution situation in Jinan city has become an environmental problem that people are particularly worried about. Based on the monitoring data of Jinan atmospheric environment, this paper analyzed the monthly average concentration values of PM2.5, PM10, NO2 and SO2 in Jinan City from 2015 to 2017. Meanwhile, the main reasons for the air pollution in Jinan City were clarified in detail. Finally, air pollution control strategies were proposed corresponding the aspects of pollution sources, topography and meteorological conditions, rational planning, environmental supervision capabilities, environmental awareness, and practical treatment technologies in Jinan City. These measures can provide a theoretical basis for relevant leading departments to build a beautiful city.


Keywords: Air quality; Environmental protection; Prevention suggestions.

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Hui Wang, Guozhu Chen, Rui Yang, Baolei Lv, Shiyu Liu, Junqing Sun, Shaoliang Yang, Xinjun Li. Improving urban air quality in China: investigation and control measures of PM2.5, PM10, NO2 and SO2 in air.Scientific Research and Reviews, 2019, 12:104. DOI:10.28933/src-2019-02-1107


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