The analysis results obtained from the automatic monitoring of the air quality have been found during the monitoring period of November – December 2016 and January 2017, which exceed the daily limit values by PM10. The permitted daily limit value for human health protection is 50ug, m3. Whereas, regarding the exceeding days, up to 35 days are allowed in PM10 exceeding. Throughout these months, 46 days (cases) have been registered as exceeding limit values of PM10. In November there were 10 days (cases), in December 21 days (cases), and in January 15 days (cases). The maximum value registered is 254.9μg/m3, on the 29th of January, 2017
The assessment of the PM2.5 concentration particles, in compliance with the air quality standards is based on the annual value, which is 25μg/m3.During 2016, the annual average value has reached 27.81μg/m3, which is above the allowed values.
The concentration of other gaseous pollutants, such as SO2, CO, NO2 and O3 did not exceed the limit values, however, compared to the other months of the year, during November, December 2016 and January 2017, there has been an increase in value average.