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Engineering For Environmental Protection And Impact Assessment

The Department of Environmental Protection and Impact Assessment (IPMEI) conducts fundamental and applied research activities to identify solutions that mitigate or eliminate the environmental impact associated with certain industrial or economic processes. In order to improve the quality of environmental factors, IPMEI`s researchers have the ability to conduct specialized studies and recommend Best Available Techniques (BAT) solutions for the purpose of retrofitting / upgrading facilities so that the impact on the environment is minimal. IPMEI provides consultancy, technical assistance and expertise in the development of water management and environment protection documentation for economic agents operating in various fields. The IPMEI team, using state-of-the-art infrastructure, has the ability to conduct air quality monitoring studies and air pollution dispersion studies.

European Air Quality Index – European Environment Agency

Area Of Competence

  • Air quality (monitoring, assessment, scenarios);

  • Technical assistance and expert advice using the BAT principles;

  • Effects of electromagnetic field generated by industrial plants on environmental factors;

  • Elaboration of documentation for obtaining water management permits.

Activities

  • Air quality monitoring and assessment (emission studies, dispersion and immissions of air pollutants);

  • Elaboration of scenarios on the emission of pollutants released into the atmosphere in order to meet the thresholds set at national level;

  • Research on the effects of the electromagnetic field generated by the operation of electric generators and distribution facilities, telecommunication relays and installations, etc.;

  • Elaboration of Environmental Reports (ER), Environmental Impact Reports (EIR), Environmental Balances (EB), Site Reports (SR), Safety Reports (SR), Appropriate Assessment Studies (AA);

  • Compiling the necessary documentation in order to obtain of water management permits, according to the Order of the Ministry of Environment no. 799/2012;

  • Training, awareness of the population and local authorities regarding compliance with environmental policies (pollution sources, mitigation measures, quantification of impacts, pollutant emissions and the use of alternative energy sources by replacing classical fuels, etc.).

IPMEI Infrastructure

Mobile laboratory for air quality monitoring
Year: 2015
Producer: HITACHI

The complete structure of the mobile laboratory is:

Equipment for air quality determination:

  • air sampling equipment (collector head with 6 outputs, protection tube, insulation and blower)

  • analyzer for SO2 and H2S Ecotech Serinus 51 (includes internal converter H2S)

  • analyzer for NO, NO2, NOx and NH3 Ecotech Serinus 44

  • converter NH3 Ecotech HTO1000

  • analyzer for CO Ecotech Serinus

  • analyzer for O3 Ecotech Serinus

  • multipoint calibrator Ecotech GasCal 1100

  • zero air generator Ecotech 8301LC

  • gas chromatograph for BTEX AirmoVOC

  • compounds detector THC ChromaTHC

  • hydrogen generator Hydroxychrom and zero air generator

  • powders analyzer PM 10, PM 2.5 and TSP Verewa F-701-20

Equipment for weather parameters determination:

  • telescopic pillar (include connecting accessories for weather sensors)

  • sensor combined for direction and wind speed, type ultrasonic anemometer with  2 axis DNB107

  • Air temperature and humidity sensor 875 DMA

  • barometer DQA801

  • Solar radiation sensor DPA806

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Meet the Team

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Eng. Natalia Simona RAISCHI

Scientific Researcher III
Head of Department
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Eng. Lucian LUMÎNĂROIU

Scientific Researcher
Deputy Head of Department
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