S.S. Voronich, N.N. Roeva, D.A. Zajcev, J.S. Shadskaya, A.G. Khlopaev, I.R. Khusainov
The article presents the possibilities of modern gas analyzers designed to monitor atmospheric pollution as part of stationary automatic monitoring stations or mobile environmental laboratories by tracking indicators: SO2, NO2, NO, CO, NH3, H2S, O2, as well as specifi c organic compounds formed as a result of emissions from petrochemical, gas and pulp and paper industries. In addition, the basic schemes for the construction of PEL and ASKZA are described, as well as systems for automatic monitoring of concentrations and emissions of pollutants directly in stationary sources, providing control at enterprises of the I hazard category: coke chemical, oil and gas industry (oil and gas production, production of petroleum products, gas processing), mining and processing, non-ferrous and ferrous metallurgy, cement, glass and chemical industries, incinerators, wastewater treatment facilities, etc.
Keywords: Industrial emissions, atmospheric air, pollutants, environmental monitoring, gas analyzer, control.