Air pollution control – Forecast of emissions and air quality dispersion modelling as well as participation in the elaboration of Clean Air Programmes and/or noise action plans

Immissions measurements

Air-borne pollutants

Traffic-based emission measurements are a consequence of the transposition of the statutory requirements of the 39th BImSchV, into law, whose entry into force was accompanied by transposition of the EU Directives 2008/50/EC and 2004/107/EC into national law. In the process, measurements are performed particularly in the context of the evaluation and control of air quality. Of particular concern are the pollutant particles (PM10 und PM2,5) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), the applicable emission limits of which are often exceeded, and especially heavy traffic areas. In addition to these components, sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOX), lead, benzine and carbon monoxide (CO) as well as ozone (O3) and its predecessor substances must be recorded and evaluated according to the 39th BImSchV.

As an accredited and notified measurement body according to § 29b BImSchG, Müller-BBM Industry Solutions GmbH offers you a comprehensive range of services related to emission measurements – especially for the recording and evaluation of air quality according to 39. BImSchV. BImSchV. We are able to cover all the relevant measurement tasks in this field with our qualified team at 11 locations in Germany as well as the high-performance and innovative laboratory.

The quality of the measurements is ensured by the comprehensive accreditation according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 as well as the subsequent notification as a notified measurement body according to § 29b BImSchG.

Müller-BBM Industry Solutions GmbH is your efficient, competent, and independent partner, providing you with the support services you need for the realisation of your projects in the area of traffic-based emission measurements.

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Traffic noises

According to the laws currently in effect in Germany, traffic noise emissions are generally calculated according to the usual technical guidelines, given that the propagation of sound is strongly influenced by the constantly changing meteorological parameters. In certain cases, however, it may be desirable and necessary to measure traffic noise emissions such as, for instance, squeaking at curves in rail vehicles, or noise emissions caused by driving over bridges, and noise emissions on approach roads to commercial facilities. We carry out these measurements according to DIN 45642.

We also gladly set up and maintain long-term measurement points for monitoring of road or air traffic noises for you.

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