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Air Pollution Regional Research Network for  Improving Air Quality in Asian Developing Countries (AIRPET) AIRPET website: http://serd.ait.ac.th/airpet Kim Oanh N.T. Asian Institute of Technology Highlights About AIRPET: present and future activities Findings in 6 cities

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Air Pollution Regional Research Network for  Improving Air Quality in Asian Developing Countries (AIRPET)

AIRPET website: http://serd.ait.ac.th/airpet

Kim Oanh N.T.

Asian Institute of Technology

highlights
Highlights
  • About AIRPET: present and future activities
  • Findings in 6 cities
    • PM levels and source apportionment
    • Control devices
    • Dispersion modeling and LRT studies
    • Demonstration projects (integrated AQM for target sources)
asian regional research program on environmental technology arrpet

Sponsored by Sida Coordinated by AIT

http://www.arrpet.ait.ac.th/

Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (ARRPET)

Four projects in ARRPET:

Air pollution (AIRPET)

Solid waste

Hazardous waste

Wastewater

18 NRIs from 8 Countries

Phase 1: 2001-2003

Phase 2: 2004-2007

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Vietnam Dr. Hoang Xuan CoFaculty of Environmental SciencesHanoi University of Science334 Nguyen Trai RoadThanh Xuan, Hanoi

ChinaProf. Hao Zhengping

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences18 Shuangqing RoadPO Box 2871, Beijing 100085

India Dr. Ligy PhilipDepartment of Civil EngineeringI.I.T. Madras, Chennai 600036

Philippines Dr. James SimpasClimate Studies DivisionManila ObservatoryPO Box 122, U.P. Post Office1101 Quezon City

IndonesiaDr. Ir. Puji LestariEnvi. Eng. Department

Institut Teknologi BandungJl. Ganesha No. 10Bandung – 40132

AIT AIRPETDr. Kim Oanh N T (PI)

Prof. Chongrak P. (Co-PI)Asian Institute of Technology

Pathumthani 12120, Thailand

AIRPET Team

Project website http://www.serd.ait.ac.th/airpet/

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Existing data

Continuous monitoring

Assessment of

pollution status

Database

Experiments

Policy study

Modeling tools

Control

Technology

AQM strategies

Lab-scale devices

Demonstration: AQM for target sources

Cleaner air

monitoring issue pm monitoring for source apportionment
Monitoring issue: PM Monitoring for Source Apportionment
  • Sampling: spatial and temporal distribution
    • Phase 1: 3300 PM samples (PM2.5, PM10, TSP) and 250 samples for POP
    • Phase 2: 3500 planned PM samples, 500 samples of gases (BTEX) and POPs
    • PM monitoring at remote sites
  • PM analysis: mass, water soluble ions, elements, EC/OC (BC) and POP with established QA/QC
    • Reconstructed mass
    • Receptor modeling: CMB8, PMF and others
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PM2.5 in 6 AIRPET cities (2001-2004)

USEPA 24h STD: 65 ug/m3

Annual: 15 ug/m3

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PM10 in 6 AIRPET cities (2001-2004)

US 24h STD: 150 ug/m3

Annual: 50 ug/m3

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PM10-2.5

PM10

PM10-2.5

PM10

PM10-2.5

Annual average of source contributions to PM10-2.5/PM10

control devices
Control Devices

Indonesia: A Multi Plate Reactor

India: Photo catalytic Reactor

China: Monolith Catalytic

Materials Used for VOCs

impact of management strategies on peak 1 hr o 3 in bangkok uam v
Impact of Management Strategies on Peak 1-hr O3 in Bangkok (UAM-V)

VOC emission reduced

NOx reduced

VOC increased

integrated air quality management issue
Integrated Air Quality Management Issue

Indonesia: Blood Lead

Level Test 2005

Vietnam: Applying simple

control device for brick

manufacturing

indonesia blood lead results 2005
Indonesia: blood Lead results 2005

201 students were tested, 57% had Pb in blood higher than WHO guideline

rice straw burning
Rice Straw Burning

Exposure monitoring

Emission monitoring

acknowledgement
Acknowledgement
  • Swedish International Development Agency
  • AIRPET team at AIT and regional
  • Master and Ph D students involved in the network
  • Many others who helped in different ways