Diana BĂGĂCEAN, Viorel DAN


Environmental monitoring is a system of surveillance, forecasting, warning and intervention, which takes into account the systematic evaluation of the dynamics of qualitative characteristics of environmental factors in order to know the state of quality and their ecological significance, evolution and social implications of changes followed by appropriate measures. Monitoring involves the permits holder to make monitoring of process conditions, process releases, environmental levels and reporting the results to the regulatory authority in accordance with laws, regulation or permits.

Keywords: monitoring, emissions, measurement

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