Submit your question for the experts attending our September 2013 Air Pollution and Health Forum. Vote for the best questions (you get 5 votes).
I would like to hear the experts describe the health importance of particle exposure in the range from pm2.5 to pm 10. Is it justified for a health impact assessment to examine only PM2.5 while ignoring PM10?
I would like to hear the expert's opinion on the health importance of particles in the 2.5 to 10 micron range. Is it justified for a health impact assessment to consider only PM 2.5 and ignore PM10 as was done for the Wallarah 2 mine proposal?
Air quality monitoring stations in the Newcastle LGA will be installed by the EPA in the near future. Is it important these stations include the ANSTO particle speciation testing to understand as well as the level of particles the type of particles hence source of these particles and health effects and means to control any particle pollution at their source?
An air monitoring station at Stockton measures PM10, PM2.5, NH3, NO2, NOx and has been operational for 8 months. There have been 20 failures of the PM10 50 ug/m3 criteria and 1 failure of PM2.5 25 ug/m3 advisory. Is this a cause for concern.
Is there any health effects from PM10 particles identified as
1. Salt particles
2. Coal particles
3. Soil particles (assume depends on the soil and contamination of the soil if from industrial area)
4. Ammonium nitrate (as PM10 or PM2.5)
How do the pollution problems of gas fired power stations compare with coal fired ones? steve robinson
Gloucester valley has 2 open cut coal mines but fortunately no power station. AGL are threatening to build a gas fired power station.
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