Abstract—The primary pollutants such as sulfur dioxide and
carbon monoxide tend to be gradually improved due to
promotion of fuel policy etc. However, secondary pollutants
such as ozone and fine dust are getting worse. Hence, it is
necessary to strengthen regulations on VOCs.
Incheon city has located large industrial complexes such as export industrial complex, Namdong industrial complex, Incheon mechanical industrial complex, Incheon district industrial complex, Incheon casting industrial complex. These industrial complexes are mainly composed of large-scale manufacturing industries and chemical industries such as machinery, equipment, assembly metal, automobile, and primary metal. However, these industrial complexes are mixed with residential areas in the city center, and it is also a source of odor generation that can cause complaints by odor inducing substances and VOCs.
In this study, in order to it’s investigate the general characteristics of the Namdong industrial complex and the present status of the odor complaints, and we analyzed VOCs items by using the data of photochemical pollutant measurement network operated in the vicinity of industrial complex, and measured the concentration emitted from the odor control facility of the Namdong Industrial Complex and the odor emission control to analyze the current situation.
Index Terms—VOCs, odor, industrial complex, Incheon.
Ji Ye Yoo is with the Department of Climate International Cooperation, Incheon National University, Republic of Korea (e-mail: email@example.com).
Ji Young Kim is with the Department of Energy and Environment Engineering, Incheon National University, Republic of Korea (e-mail: jiyoungK@inu.ac.kr).
Chan Jin Park is with the Department of Energy and Env. Engineering and the Department of Climate International Cooperation, Incheon National University, Republic of Korea (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Ji Ye Yoo, Ji Young Kim, and Chan Jin Park, "Characteristics of VOCs of Industrial Complex in Incheon Area," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 136-141, 2018.