In some areas of Moscow have exceeded the odor threshold of hydrogen sulfide

© NASA / Tim Kolavic of the night Moscow. Archival photoIn some areas of Moscow have exceeded the odor threshold of hydrogen sulfide© NASA / Tim Kopra

The odor threshold of hydrogen sulfide was exceeded in the night of Friday in several districts of Moscow, with the impact level recommended by who, was safe, was reported in «Mosekomonitoring».

«In some areas of the city at night was exceeded odor threshold of hydrogen sulfide. Safe exposure level recommended by who, is not exceeded», — stated in the message on Friday.

Thus, as of 8 a.m. maximum one-time concentrations of controlled pollutants are within the established standards.

So, the maximum single concentration of pollutants near highways in the atmospheric air are: carbon monoxide – a 0.1 Pdcm.R., nitrogen dioxide – 0,3 Pdcm.R., nitric oxide is 0.1 Pdcm.R., the sulfur dioxide is less than 0.1 Pdcm.R.

«In other areas the comparable figures are: carbon monoxide – a 0.1 Pdcm.R., nitrogen dioxide – 0,3 Pdcm.R., nitric oxide is 0.1 Pdcm.R., ground-level ozone – 0,3 Pdcm.R., the sulfur dioxide is less than 0.1 Pdcm.R., suspended particles PM10 – 0,1 Pdcm.R», — said the Agency.

In «Mosekomonitoring» note that during the day, the weather conditions in the capital will contribute to the dispersion of emissions in the atmosphere.

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