Contribution of LPG-derived emissions to air pollution in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara City.

@article{Schifter2000ContributionOL,
  title={Contribution of LPG-derived emissions to air pollution in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara City.},
  author={Isaac Schifter and Moises Magdaleno and Luis I. Diaz and L. A. Melgarejo and Alba Garc{\'i}a Barrera and Burkhard Kr{\"u}ger and Jos{\'e} Luis Arriaga and Esteban L{\'o}pez-Salinas},
  journal={Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association},
  year={2000},
  volume={50 10},
  pages={
          1857-64
        }
}
Measurements of hydrocarbon (HC) emissions generated by the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara City (MAG) are presented in this work. Based on measurements in the course of distribution, handling, and consumption, an estimated 4407 tons/yr are released into the atmosphere. The three most important contributors to LPG emissions were refilling of LPG-fueled vehicles and commercial and domestic consumption. The MAG shows a different contribution pattern of… CONTINUE READING

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