Friday 3 july 2015
12:33 - 12:36h at Europe 1 (level 0)
Themes: (T) Hydro-environment, (ST) Renewable energy resources, Poster pitches
Parallel session: Poster pitches: 15G. Environment - Renewable & Wetland
Development of hydropower can not only facilitate energy conservation and emission reduction, but also bring about comprehensive benefits, including flood control, irrigation_shipping_water supply_tourist industry, and so on. The process of excavation_explosion and demolition_abandon slag transport, abandon slag field disposal during exploitation of hydropower will inevitably produce dust, which is not easy to diffuse because of the adverse conditions in the developing site, for instance, geology_climate, and topography, etc. Dust can lead to serious air pollution, and even can directly endanger the health of construction personnel. To date, dust control has still been a tough problem within the scope of the project construction across the world, thus, it has long-termly attracted focus of attention of the environmental administrative department_experts and scholars, and project builders as well. In view of this, based on the dust control experience in some domestic hydropower station development, the source and characteristic of the hydropower exploitation dust, and the standard of dust monitoring and testing at different construction areas, were systematically classified and interpreted, at the same time, the management measures and engineering technology actions were synthetically analysed in this paper which conclusively proposed how to effectively prevent or reduce dust pollution with the purpose of as a reference that can be used in this industry, so as to promote the advancement of green hydro-electricity.