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Journal of the Korean Society for Environmental Analysis 2014;17(3):182-193.
Research on the Actual Condition for Confirmation and Reduction of Odor Materials in the Wanju Industrial Complex
완주산단 주변의 주요 악취물질 규명 및 저감을 위한 실태연구
박비오1, 박성순2, 고영삼3, 양고수3, 송영일4
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2동강대학교
3전북대학교
4조선대학교
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to measure composite odor and designated odor in 33 emission sources at 11business sites generating odor in the Wanju Industrial Complex, examine characteristics and problems of majorodor substances for each odor emission source, and establish an optimal means to reduce odor according tocharacteristics of the site. As a result of assessing odor emission characteristics in this study, major odor substanceswere found to be ethylbenzene, toluene and xylene for automobile parts manufacturing business, styrene,ethylbenzene and toluene for synthetic resin and other plastic materials manufacturing business, andstyrene, trimethylbenzene, ethylbenzene, nitric acid and formic acid for other manufacturing businesses. Apartmentslocated closest in the northern and southern boundaries of the industrial complex were predicted to besurrounding regions receiving greatest effect of odor emitted by business sites, and increase in apartment floorwas predicted to show greater effect of odor.
Key Words: Designated odor, Complex odor, Emission characteristic, Business source, Odor effect
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