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The quiet areas in rural areas include large, cohesive and intact open spaces of supraregional importance with a high recreational function and corresponding development for leisure and recreation. These spacious areas allow for example extensive walks without crossing noisy areas.
The geostatistical interpolation map shows in real time the most probable distribution of the pollutant fine particles (PM10) between the different fixed measurement points that make up the telemetric network of Luxembourg, this at a resolution of 1km2.
The geostatistical interpolation map shows in real time the most probable distribution of the pollutant fine particles (PM2.5) between the different fixed measurement points that make up the telemetric network of Luxembourg, this at a resolution of 1km2.
Biomonitoring is conducted primarily in urban areas near electric arc steel mills. These facilities represent potential sources of emissions of organic and metal compounds that are then transported by air to urbanized areas. Metal compounds emitted by steel mills are fixed by dust particles. Solid, liquid or gaseous organic compounds may also adsorb or be absorbed by these particles. The organic pollutants studied in a biomonitoring network are dioxins/furans (PCDD/PCDF), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). As an accessory, to complete the observations and to establish correlations with the other pollutants, the accumulation of heavy metals cadmium, chromium, mercury, lead, vanadium and zinc is also analysed. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
In 2018, the environmental administration organised a nationwide air quality measurement campaign in collaboration with 36 participating municipalities and myenergy. More specifically, it is a national measurement campaign of NO2 by passive tubes in the context of the national air quality program and the "Klimapakt Loftqualitéit". The campaign aims to raise awareness and inform municipalities and their inhabitants about the air quality in their respective municipalities, motivate municipalities to contribute to improving their air quality, and demonstrate the efforts undertaken by municipalities for future communications.
Data related to waste treatment and collection facilities in Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.
The "Cadastre GSM" or "Cadastre hertzien" is integrated into the national geoportal of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (direct URL: https://map.geoportail.lu/theme/cadastre_hertzien?version=3&zoom=8&X=772788&Y=6379807&lang=fr&layers=811-802-801&opacities=1-1-1&bgLayer=basemap_2015_globall). It allows anyone wishing to take note of the location and technical characteristics of the mobile phone antennas.
Décharges de déchets inertes, de construction et de démolition
This dataset includes data from electric field measurement networks. The view service of this dataset support time requests. The different wms shows value of measurements at a precise timestamp.
Décharges déchets ménagers