Evaluatie van de dioxine-emissies van de afvalverbrandings- installatie in Roosendaal
Evaluation of the dioxin-emissions of the Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator in Roosendaal
Matthijsen AJCM , Jaarsveld JA van , Jong APJM de , Schutter MAA , Vos JJ
RIVM Rapport 730501026
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Emission measurements at the municipal solid waste incinerator (MSW) AVI-Roosendaal show an average dioxin concentration in the stack gas of 14 ng TEQ/Nm3 (dry, 11% oxygen) at normal operation of the installation. This concentration is considered to be low for this type of installation when compared with other types of MSWs in the Netherlands. The yearly emission of dioxins from this installation is estimated at 1,4 g TEQ. According to dispersion model calculations this emission only has a small contribution to the yearly mean deposition in the surroundings, viz. on average 0,3 ng TEQ/(m2.year) over an area of 20x20 km2 with a maximum of 2,7 ng TEQ/(m2.year) at 1.100 m North-East of the installation. Background depositions are estimated at 10 ng TEQ/(m2.year). Direct danger for public health is not expected and determination of dioxin levels in grass and soil in this area is not recommended.