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Emission detectors hold industrial polluters at bay

Dec 23, 2015


The Hangzhou Bay Development Zone in Fengxian has installed an air quality monitoring system at a cost of 4 million yuan (US$617,284) with sensors placed along the border between Fengxian Chemical Industrial Park and Huqiao Community in Zhelin Town.

The system collects air quality data and monitors the levels of sulfur dioxide and other gases emitted by factories in the industrial park. It can detect emissions within a diameter of 10 kilometers, more powerful than average products.

The district environmental department has built a data base to monitor changes in the emissions of local chemical enterprises. If there is a pollution incident, authorities can quickly find out who is responsible for the leak.

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