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Air quality management at European airports

Author(s): B. Owen, D.W. Raper, J.W.S. Longhurst & D.E. Conlan

Abstract:
Airports are dynamic economic enterprises which are also sources of air pollution.

The success of airport air quality management will in part enable the ambitious development plans of the industry to be realised.

This paper considers the current state of air quality management at European airports and the future of air quality assessment and management.

It examines the technical pressures and management structures and processes for air quality management and considers the future evolution of these issues within Europe. Introduction Increasing environmental pressures are being placed upon the aviation industry. It is likely that such pressures will continue to grow and they may have significant influence upon...

Pages: 8
Size: 988 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960621

 

 

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