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Persistent Organic Pollutants

   

Reduction of Dioxin/Furan Emissions to the Atmosphere

The 2003 POPs emission inventory revealed that public utilities, community activities and natural causes were the main contributors to the annual atmospheric dioxin/furan emissions. The contribution from local industrial activities was at a relatively low level. The coal fired power plants and crematoria were identified as the two principal classes of local air dioxin/furan emission sources. Efforts are therefore directed at reducing emissions from these two sources as a priority. Proposed measures to reduce emissions of dioxins/furans are being pursued as part of the HKSARG’s environmental portfolio in accordance with the established timetable.

 

Fossil Fuel Fired Power Plants

Crematoria

Motor Vehicles Emissions

 

Reduction of Dioxins/Furans Emission to the Atmosphere

 

   

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Tuesday, 26 January, 2016