Highway pollution. International symposium. Madrid (ESP), 1992/05/18.
Road traffic affects the public in a wide variety of ways, many of which cause some degree of annoyance.
The major disturbances to the public arising from vehicular emissions include physical effects such as the irritation of eyes and mucous membranes, visual intrusion, soiling, or more subjective impacts.
A literature survey has been conducted which identified the vehicle-derived air pollutants suspected of causing some degree of nuisance to the public but also highlighted the limited data in this area.
A preliminary investigation of the relationship between public attitude and pollutant concentrations has been conducted at two locations in the London Borough of Ealing and a single location in the London Borough of Haringey.
Mots-clés Pascal : Pollution air, Trafic routier, Emission polluant, Teneur émission, Contrôle, Particule en suspension, Composé minéral, Carbonyle composé, Nuisance acoustique, Odeur, Enquête publique, Opinion publique, Royaume Uni, Europe
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Air pollution, Road traffic, Pollutant emission, Emission content, Check, Suspended particle, Inorganic compound, Carbonyl compounds, Noise pollution, Odor, Public inquiry, Public opinion, United Kingdom, Europe
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