The work presents selected results of atmospheric dispersion modeling and air quality impact assessment for pollutant emissions from installations of ArcelorMittal Poland S.A. Unit in Krakow (Poland). The assessment was carried out for the most unfavourable emission variant probable to take place in the period 2007-2016. In the calculations were taken into consideration typical for steelworks particle matter pollutants (total dust, heavy metals, tar substances and PAHs including benzo-a-piren) and gaseous substances (SO2, NO2, CO, HC, HCl, HF, NH3, HCN, H2S, CS2, H2SO4, BTX, phenol and pyridine). As the result of estimations, carried out according to the Polish reference method of the air pollutant modelling, there was not affirmed exceeding of the air quality standards outside the steel mill.
English title: Assessment of ArcelorMittal Poland S.A. Unit in Krakow impact on air quality.
- metallurgical industry,
- iron and steel industry,
- air pollutants,
- atmospheric dispersion modeling,
- impact assessment,
- air pollution
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