英文翻译摘要:PM2.5公布,迟早的事情

The November 28 issue of Leadership Decisionmaking Information, Lingdao Juece Xinxi on p. 18 asks why Beijing in its effort to make Beijing a world-class city, adopt PM 2.5 air quality monitoring.

The article notes that while the Environment Ministry says that national integrated PM 2.5 reporting would be too difficult for financial and “other reasons” but many experts say PM 2.5 has already become the most important air pollution problem and PM 2.5 monitoring must be done. Different levels of air pollution have difference
effects on health.  Currently, PM 2.5 monitoring will only be possible after current monitoring equipment is upgraded.

Jinan City, since the second half of 2010, has participated in the national project on PM 2.5 air quality monitoring research. It has collected a full year of data, but because there is no applicable PRC standard, it has not released the data.  Beginning in 2012, seventeen
Shandong cities will begin regular PM 2.5 air quality monitoring.
Nanjing City, which has already released a draft for comments of its
“environmental management quality standards” has already added PM  2.5
monitoring to its procedures for evaluating air quality.

PM2.5公布,迟早的事情

《领导决策信息》2011年第46期

http://www.ccgov.net.cn/Mldjc/2011/2011-46/201146-18.htm

2011年11月28日

连日来,由北京雾霾天气引发的空气质量数据之争,让“PM2.5(直径小于等于2.5微米的颗粒物)”迅速“走红”。因其对人体健康的损害和造成的损失,PM2.5在美国、欧盟等地已成为空气污染控制的强制性限制,但人们想不通,北京要建世界城市,在PM2.5的问题上为什么就不能首先与世界接轨?

尽管环保部表示,因为财政资金支持等问题,“全国统一监测有难度”。但多位专家都指出,PM2.5目前已成造成灰霾天气的首要“元凶”,执行PM2.5数值监测势在必行。因空气质量分级不同,对应的健康影响提示和建议措施也不同。目前,执行PM2.5数值监测只要对现有监测仪器稍加改进便可做到。

事实上,济南市2010年下半年就承担了国家公益性项目《城市环境空气中PM2.5监测技术与规范研究》。目前,济南市监测PM2.5已经快一年时间,因为没有国家相应标准,一直无法对外公布。从2012年起,山东省17市将全面开展PM2.5监测公布工作,“蓝天白云、繁星闪烁”将作为评价大气环境质量的描述性指标。正在对外征求意见的南京市《环境空气质量标准》中,已将PM2.5纳入常规空气质量评价体系中。

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