Air Pollution Continuous Monitoring Technology in Japan

Examples of air pollution continuous monitoring conducted by local governments in Japan



1. The system developed by Osaka Prefectural Government

1.1 An overview of air pollution continuos monitoring and its purpose in Osaka Prefectural Government

1.2 General air pollution monitoring stations and roadside air pollution monitoring stations in Osaka Prefecture

1.3 Continuous monitoring system for stationary sources
1.3.1 Purpose
1.3.2 Criteria for establishing monitoring stations
1.3.3 Overview of the system
1.4 Mobile monitoring vehicles

2. The system developed by Osaka City Government

2.1 An overview of air pollution continuous monitoring and its purpose in Osaka City Government
2.1.1 Air pollution continuous monitoring system in Osaka City Government
2.1.2 A continuous monitoring system for the stationary sources of air pollution

2.2 General air pollution monitoring stations and roadside air pollution monitoring stations in Osaka City
2.2.1 General air pollution monitoring station
2.2.2 Roadside air pollution monitoring station

2.3 Stationary source monitoring stations
2.3.1 Establishing criteria for the system
2.3.2 Current criteria for the system
2.3.3 Ordinary monitoring and the factory selfmanagement system

2.4 Mobile monitoring stations and simple measurement by grid divisions
2.4.1 Mobile monitoring stations
2.4.2 Simple measurement by grid division

3. Emergency measures

3.1 Osaka prefectural Government
3.1.1Outline
3.1.2 Emergency measures for photochemical smog

3.2 Osaka City Government



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