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The justification of primagistral territory’s "Green" reconstruction

Journal: Bulletin of Prydniprovs'ka State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture (Vol.2018, No. 1)

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Page : 74-81

Keywords : ecological-economic assessment; level of contamination; hatsuhana landscaped; premastering the territory; reconstruction of the residential area;

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The proportion of exhaust gases of vehicles in air pollution Dnipro varies with time and is proportional to the intensity of movement of vehicles. The maximum concentration observed at peak hours. When driving with the same intensity, the greatest pollution is observed in areas densely built tall buildings, and along roads with narrow carriageway. The maximum concentration of harmful or toxic components in the air are set as the hygienic norms, that is, from the point of view of protection of human health. Particularly dangerous to human health are carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen. Regardless of the existing differences of opinion regarding the degree of hazard of the exhaust gases around the world with the aim of protecting human health carried out extensive activities aimed at limiting air pollution from cars. The purpose of this article is to determine environmental and economic effects of measures that reduce the degree of contamination premastering areas of linear sources of pollution. Presentation of the basic material. Reconstruction premastering territory provides a Foundation along the main streets hatsuhana strips of green space. The proposed variants of such bands. Determined environmental and economic effects from the use of special strips of greenery in a residential area, as well as economic losses arising from the contamination of territories premastering exhaust gases of vehicles without regard to lanes landscaping and accounting. The results of the study. The environmental effect was 40...50% depending on the study street, and the economic effect − 3,424 billion/year (in all streets). Economic losses amounted to: in the context of existing residential development − 17,616 billion/year, in terms of arrangement hatsuhana stripes − 13,583 billion/year.

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