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標題: 中部科學園區(台中園區)大氣懸浮微粒中含砷濃度的調查研究
Investigation of atmospheric arsenic particulates in Taichung Science Park of Central Taiwan
作者: 林明輝
Lin, Ming-Hui
關鍵字: Central Taiwan science park
中部科學園區
Particulates
Arsenic
懸浮微粒
出版社: 環境工程學系所
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摘要: 中部科學園區台中園區(以下簡稱中科台中園區)於2003年7月動工以來,陸續引進各項高科技產業,其中半導體業、光電業與玻璃基板業等製程所使用的砷化物排放到大氣,導致當地自然、生態與社會經濟等環境因子的改變,然而國內外對大氣環境中之砷濃度,尚無明確管制標準,基於污染預防理念,本研究藉由蒐集中科台中園區鄰近處大氣懸浮微粒中重金屬砷濃度之檢測資料,以瞭解此地區目前大氣中含砷濃度時空之分佈情形。 依調查結果得知,2007年2月中科台中園區周界六個測點之檢測數據介於3.71 ~ 5.51 ng/m3,其中3個測點檢測結果均較2006年低,但仍較2005年檢測值高。由於2005 ~ 2007年中科台中園區鄰近處各測點大氣砷濃度介於0.5 ~ 31 ng/m3,其風險評估結果與美國環保署訂定之無機砷吸入致癌的風險機率比較,顯示暴露在此環境下仍具有高度的危害性。中科台中園區2007年之監測數值與2000年新竹科學園區大氣環境中砷化物監測值比較,其差異不大,但遠低於2002年間新竹科學園區鄰近處之平均濃度,另與國外一般周界空氣中濃度值比較,較英國及澳洲等地區之年平均值高,因此需對此地區進行長期監測及繼續針對各項污染源進行稽查檢測,以保護園區環境及居民的健康。
The purpose of this study was to investigate arsenic pollutants in the ambient in Taichung Science Park of central Taiwan, where High-Tech businesses started up since July, 2003 and led the advancement and prosperity of central Taiwan. Arsenic compounds were used extensively in the manufacturing process of semi-conductor, opto-electronics and glass industries, was emission of the compounds to the atmosphere may cause the local environmental, ecological, social and economical changes. Though there isn't any explicit regulation on arsenical control around the world, based on the concern of polluting prevention, the research was to gather the data of ambient arsenical concentration measured in Taichung Science Park Zone to examine the present distribution and concentration of arsenical level. Through the investigation in February 2007, the concentrations of arsenicals at 6 sampling sites ranged between 3.71 - 5.51 ng/m3. There were measurement 3 sites incidating the arsenical concentrations were reduced as compared to those in 2006, but still higher than 2005's. The ambient zone of Taichung Science Park measured from 2005 to 2007 has shown the arsenicals lied between 0.5 - 31 ng/m3. The assessment of exposure risk, compared to the US EPA announced the inhaled inorganic arsenical carcinogen, indicated that higher exposure under such environment was still hazardous to our health. The findings of 2007 in Taichung Science Park compared to those in Hsin-Chu Park weren't much difference, but still lower than the average concentration in Hsin-Chu Park. When compared the yearly average concentration of U.K. and Australia, it showed a higher concentration level. Therefore, it was strongly recommend that the aesenical concentration of suspended particulates in Taichung Science Park, in order to protect and maintain public environment, health and welfare.
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