|Environment & Health||ISSN: 2077-7477 eISSN: 2077-7485
No: 2 (91) - June, 2019 - Pages: 41-46
Ecohygienic assessment of the operational impact of the enterprises for asphalt concrete production on the state of the environment taking into account the requirements of domestic legislation and EU directives
Makhniuk V.M.1, Harkavyi S.I.2, Styrta Z.V.1, Harkavyi S.S.2
1 State Institution "O.M. Marz³eiev Institute for Public Health of the NAMSU"
2 O.O. Bohomolets National Medical University, Kyiv
Objective: We performed the ecohygienic assessment of the impact of the activity of the enterprises for the production of asphalt concrete on the state of the environment with regard to the latest domestic legislation and the requirements of the EU Directives.
Materials and methods: We used bibliosemantic, analytical methods and method of sanitary-and-epidemiological examination of design materials in the study.
Results: The design materials of domestic asphalt concrete enterprises with the introduction of modern eco-preservingtechnology for the production of asphalt concrete, dust-cleaning systems and use of finished bitumen (products of oil refining) have been analyzed in this article.
According to the results of the sanitary-and-epidemiological examination of design materials, it was established that the use of the effective system of dust-gas purification, the use of finished imported bitumen in the production ensured an observance of the maximum allowable concentrations of the pollutants in the ambient air at the boundary of the normative and designed sanitary-and-protective zones (SPZ).
Conclusion: By the results of the analysis of design forms and records, it can be predicted that the asphalt concrete production with the use of modern technologies will ensure a compliance with the domestic sanitary legislation and Directive 2008/50 / EU of the European Parliament and the Council "On the ambient air quality and the cleaner air for Europe", May 21, 2008.
Asphalt concrete enterprise, eco-preserving technology, environmental measures, sanitary-and-protective zones, sanitary legislation, EU directives