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EPRTR Diffuse Air (MapServer)
Title EPRTRDiffuseAir_Dyna_WGS84
Author bt
Subject These emissions to air maps have been distributed on base of the gridded emissions EMEP datasets officially reported by Member States.
Keywords European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register,E-PRTR,NOx,SO2,CO,PM10,NH3
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 08 Oct 2014
Service Description
The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/european-pollutant-release-and-transfer-register-e-prtr-regulation-art-8-diffuse-air-data
Description
The emissions to air maps have been distributed on base of the gridded emissions EMEP datasets officially reported by the countries. The dataset covers the whole geographical domain of Europe in a metric square resolution of 50x50 km² resolution. This dataset has been transformed into vector polygons and reprojected into the E-PRTR WGS84 standard projection. Detailed Information concerning the applied gridding process is provided under: http://www.ceip.at/fileadmin/inhalte/emep/pdf/gridding_process.pdf
SRS 4326
Extent -29.6466995121916,22.3957906333022,132.744887912662,87.8176702363919
Layers NOx emissions from non-industrial combustion, t/grid,NOx emissions from road transport, t/grid,NOx emissions from other mobile sources, t/grid,SO2 emissions from non-industrial combustion, t/grid,SO2 emissions from road transport, t/grid,SO2 emissions from other mobile sources, t/grid,CO emissions from non-industrial combustion, t/grid,CO emissions from road transport, t/grid,CO emissions from oth
Map Name EPRTRDiffuseAir_Dyna_WGS84
Category
EPRTR Diffuse Emissions to Air (MapServer)
Title EPRTRDiffuseEmissionsAir_Dyna_WGS84
Author Atkins Denmark
Subject Diffuse emissions to air from the EU27 and EFTA4 countries; 2008.
Keywords Pollution,Air,EPRTR,Europe,NOx,SO2,PM10,CO,CO2,NH3
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 08 Oct 2014
Service Description
The map shows emissions to air from the EU27 and EFTA4 countries per 5x5 km2 grid cell for the year 2008, where this information was available in 2010. The emissions are expressed in tonnes per grid cell.The Diffuse Emissions are spread across the following groups:Industrial releases (5 layers): NOx, SO2, PM10, CO and CO2Non-industrial combustion (5 layers): NOx, SO2, PM10, CO and CO2Road transport (5 layers): NOx, SO2, PM10, CO and CO2Domestic shipping (5 layers): NOx, SO2, PM10, CO and CO2Domestic aviation (5 layers): NOx, SO2, PM10, CO and CO2International aviation (5 layers): NOx, SO2, PM10, CO and CO2Agriculture (2 layers): NH3, PM10Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/european-pollutant-release-and-transfer-register-e-prtr-regulation-art-8-diffuse-air-data
Description
The map shows emissions to air from the EU27 and EFTA4 countries per 5x5 km2 grid cell for the year 2008, where this information was available in 2010. The emissions are expressed in tonnes per grid cell.
SRS 4326
Extent -59.5040911992331,17.1726527724798,59.565999680565,75.8881323307193
Layers NOX emissions from diffuse industrial releases, [t/grid],NOX emissions from non-industrial combustion, [t/grid],NOX emissions from road transport, [t/grid],NOX emissions from domestic shipping, [t/grid],NOX emissions from domestic aviation, [t/grid],SO2 emissions from diffuse industrial releases, [t/grid],SO2 emissions from non-industrial combustion, [t/grid],SO2 emissions from road transport, [t/
Map Name EPRTRDiffuseEmissionsAir_Dyna_WGS84
Category
EPRTRDiffuseEmissionsWater (MapServer)
Title EPRTRDiffuseEmissionsWater
Author
Subject The map shows emissions to surface water deposition per River Basin District Subunit (RBDSU) level for the reference year 2010, for EU27 and EFTA countries with available data in 2013.
Keywords Pollution,Air,EPRTR,European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 08 Jul 2015
Service Description
The map shows emissions to surface water deposition per River Basin District Subunit (RBDSU) level for the reference year 2010, for EU27 and EFTA countries with available data in 2013. Data sourse: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-emissions-4
Description
SRS 3035
Extent 2635773.7939,1385886.0777,6525960.1578,5418276.2966
Layers Nutrient-N emissions from atmospheric deposition (kg/ha surface water RBDSU),Cadmium emissions from atmospheric deposition (kg/ha surface water RBDSU),Lead emissions from atmospheric deposition (kg/ha surface water RBDSU),Mercury emissions from atmospheric deposition (kg/ha surface water RBDSU),Nutrient-P emissions from agriculture (kg/ha surface water RBDSU),Nutrient-N emissions from agriculture
Map Name Layers
Category
Facilities - All Sectors (MapServer)
Title EprtrFacilities_Dyna_WGS84
Author hg
Subject The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.The E-PRTR Regulation includes specific information on releases of poll
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 08 Oct 2014
Service Description
The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.The E-PRTR Regulation includes specific information on releases of pollutants to air, water and land and off-site transfers of waste and of pollutants in waste water. Those data have to be reported by operators of facilities carrying out specific activities.In accordance with the provisions of the Regulation, facility operators to whom the Regulation applies have to report specific data to the competent authority in the Member State in which they are based. The competent authorities then transmit that data to the European Commission, which in turn, assisted by the European Environment Agency (EEA), has the obligation to make the data publicly accessible.Annex I enables operators to identify whether they are affected by the associated reporting obligations.The activities are grouped in 9 activity sectors: Sector 1. energy; Sector 2. production and processing of metals; Sector 3. mineral industry; Sector 4. chemical industry; Sector 5. waste and waste water management; Sector 6. paper and wood production and processing; Sector 7. intensive livestock production and aquaculture; Sector 8. animal and vegetable products from the food and beverage sector; andSector 9. other activities.Reporting is required if the threshold for pollutants are exceeded.
Description
The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.The E-PRTR Regulation includes specific information on releases of pollutants to air, water and land and off-site transfers of waste and of pollutants in waste water. Those data have to be reported by operators of facilities carrying out specific activities.In accordance with the provisions of the Regulation, facility operators to whom the Regulation applies have to report specific data to the competent authority in the Member State in which they are based. The competent authorities then transmit that data to the European Commission, which in turn, assisted by the European Environment Agency (EEA), has the obligation to make the data publicly accessible.Annex I enables operators to identify whether they are affected by the associated reporting obligations.The activities are grouped in 9 activity sectors: Sector 1. energy; Sector 2. production and processing of metals; Sector 3. mineral industry; Sector 4. chemical industry; Sector 5. waste and waste water management; Sector 6. paper and wood production and processing; Sector 7. intensive livestock production and aquaculture; Sector 8. animal and vegetable products from the food and beverage sector; andSector 9. other activities.Reporting is required if the threshold for pollutants are exceeded.
SRS 4326
Extent -63.1536409894401,-21.3898529982173,55.8367689986903,71.2021899785846
Layers Facilities,Facility Details
Map Name EprtrFacilities_Dyna_WGS84
Category
Facilities - All Sectors (MapServer)
Title EPRTRreviewFacilities_Dyna_WGS84
Author hg
Subject The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information on releases of pollutants.
Keywords European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register,E-PRTR,European Pollutant Emission Register,EPER.
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 17 Apr 2015
Service Description
The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.The E-PRTR Regulation includes specific information on releases of pollutants to air, water and land and off-site transfers of waste and of pollutants in waste water. Those data have to be reported by operators of facilities carrying out specific activities.In accordance with the provisions of the Regulation, facility operators to whom the Regulation applies have to report specific data to the competent authority in the Member State in which they are based. The competent authorities then transmit that data to the European Commission, which in turn, assisted by the European Environment Agency (EEA), has the obligation to make the data publicly accessible.Annex I enables operators to identify whether they are affected by the associated reporting obligations.The activities are grouped in 9 activity sectors: Sector 1. energy; Sector 2. production and processing of metals; Sector 3. mineral industry; Sector 4. chemical industry; Sector 5. waste and waste water management; Sector 6. paper and wood production and processing; Sector 7. intensive livestock production and aquaculture; Sector 8. animal and vegetable products from the food and beverage sector; andSector 9. other activities.Reporting is required if the threshold for pollutants are exceeded.
Description
The E-PRTR Regulation aims to enhance public access to environmental information through the establishment of a coherent and integrated E-PRTR, thereby finally also contributing to the prevention and reduction of pollution, delivering data for policy makers and facilitating public participation in environmental decision making.The E-PRTR Regulation includes specific information on releases of pollutants to air, water and land and off-site transfers of waste and of pollutants in waste water. Those data have to be reported by operators of facilities carrying out specific activities.In accordance with the provisions of the Regulation, facility operators to whom the Regulation applies have to report specific data to the competent authority in the Member State in which they are based. The competent authorities then transmit that data to the European Commission, which in turn, assisted by the European Environment Agency (EEA), has the obligation to make the data publicly accessible.Annex I enables operators to identify whether they are affected by the associated reporting obligations.The activities are grouped in 9 activity sectors: Sector 1. energy; Sector 2. production and processing of metals; Sector 3. mineral industry; Sector 4. chemical industry; Sector 5. waste and waste water management; Sector 6. paper and wood production and processing; Sector 7. intensive livestock production and aquaculture; Sector 8. animal and vegetable products from the food and beverage sector; andSector 9. other activities.Reporting is required if the threshold for pollutants are exceeded.
SRS 4326
Extent -63.1536409894401,-21.3898529982173,55.8367689986903,71.2021899785846
Layers Facilities,Facility Details
Map Name EPRTRreviewFacilities_Dyna_WGS84
Category