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regional operational programme nuts ii northwest for period 2007

Regional Operational Programme of the Northwest Cohesion Regionenergy sector. However, an unfavourable emission balance of NOx, VOC and PM10 makesitself felt again as the result of overloading existing roads combined with rising use ofpassenger cars.The region, mainly its northeast part (mining and industrial area), is one of the mostemission-affected regions in the Czech Republic. The inter-district comparison shows thatthe district of Chomutov is the largest generator of emissions, both solid emissionsubstances and nitrogen and sulphur oxides. The locally measured values exceed evenseveral times the values reported in other districts in both the total volume of substancesproduced and the conversion to per square kilometre or per capita values.Despite the above mentioned improvement in air quality, the Cohesion Region (especially itsnortheast part) still shows above average values of substances causing air pollution in thelong term. In particular, high concentrations of SO 2 , N0 x and PM10. A more detailed analysiscarried out on the basis of classifying pollution sources in the REZZO 1 – 4 range shows thehighest share of the REZZO 1 sources, i.e. large polluting sources such as power plants,heating plants, etc.Table 12 – 2004 REZZO 1 and REZZO 1-4 Primary Pollutants Emissions in the CzechRepublic by RegionsČR, RegionsSulphur dioxide Nitrogen oxides Carbon monoxideSolid emissions(SO 2)(NO X)(CO)Total (t) % Total (t) % Total (t) % Total (t) %REZZO 1Czech Republic 13,304.1 100.0 183,990.5 100.0 146,409.3 100.0 168,366.3 100.0Northwest 3,121.3 23.5 84,912.2 46.2 71,710.3 49.0 9,420.8 5.6Southeast 971.2 7.3 3,610.2 2.0 4,805.9 3.3 2,627.0 1.6Southwest 1,048.0 7.9 16,423.2 8.9 7,730.7 5.3 2,832.3 1.7Moravia-Silesia 4,776.3 35.9 26,413.6 14.4 22,449.6 15.3 141,603.9 84.1NUTS 2 Prague 196.7 1.5 1,799.9 1.0 2,788.7 1.9 747.8 0.4Northeast 1,172.0 8.8 21,256.6 11.6 14,834.9 10.1 3,843.6 2.3Central Bohemia 1,463.5 11.0 16,778.8 9.1 16 ,60.5 11.2 4,040.6 2.4Central Moravia 555.1 4.2 12,796.0 7.0 5,728.7 3.9 3,250.3 1.9REZZO 1-4Czech Republic 75,494.9 100.0 227,922.7 100.0 326,128.4 100.0 570,569.2 100.0Northwest 8,595.2 11.4 89,285.4 39,2 89,584.5 27.5 48,770.0 8.5Southeast 10,955.3 14.5 8,861.0 3.9 34,252.7 10.5 63,237.1 11.1Southwest 12,520.6 16.6 24,191.8 10.6 35,002.7 10.7 65,662.7 11.5Moravia-Silesia 9,156.0 12.1 29,144.7 12.8 38,399.8 11.8 176,437.8 30.9NUTS 2 Prague 3,714.8 4.9 3,038.8 1.3 19,346.3 5.9 33,702.9 5.9Northeast 11,291.9 15.0 30,638.8 13.4 42,228.2 12.9 71,783.1 12.6Central Bohemia 11,517.1 15.3 26,154.2 11.5 40,091.8 12.3 65,029.5 11.4Central Moravia 7,744.0 10.3 16,608.0 7.3 2, 222.4 8.3 45,946.1 8.1Source: ČHMÚ, CSO, own calculationsApproximately 10 operators of extra large energy and technology facilities making businessin the Northwest region substantially participate in generating most of pollutant emissions, asindicated by the above-presented Tables. The emissions of sulphur and nitrogen oxidesgenerated by these large subjects present almost 50% of the national production of thesepollutants.Page 41 of 288

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