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Environmental Problems = Екологічні проблеми : [науковий журнал] / Lviv Polytechnic National University ; [editor-in-chief M. Malovanyy]. – Lviv : Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019. – Volume 4, number 1. – 62 p. : ill.
This paper will update some information
related to cyanotoxins detected in lake Torment, a
recreational freshwater body in Nova Scotia, Canada.
The goal of our paper is to present the detected toxins
released by Toxic Algal Blooms and introducing the
method of measurement by using the ELISA test. The
results can show a very potential approach of toxin
detection which could be applied in Ukraine or other
countries where cyanotoxin detection in fresh and
marine water ecosystems are still not well developed.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Belokon’, Karina; Belokon’, Yuriy; Klymenko, Larysa; Zaporizhzhia National University
The risk to the health of the population from
carbon oxide and hydrocarbon waste influence of carbon
producing enterprises is estimated in this work. After
analyzing the ecological safety of emissions of the
carbon producing enterprises it was determined that their
activity belongs to the average level of risk and ability to
get respiratory organs diseases, sight, cardiovascular and
central nervous system diseases for old people, pregnant women and children.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Khliyeva, Olga; Odessa National Academy of Food Technologies
refrigerating appliances based on the life
cycle of GHG emission assessment is presented. A new
eco-energy efficiency indicator is proposed. Calculation
of the eco-energy efficiency indicator and traditional
energy efficiency index for three household refrigerators
has been performed. The qualitative difference in the
results of comparison of these indicators for the
analyzed refrigerators is shown.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Masikevych, Andriy; Kolotylo, Mykhailo; Bat, Roman; Masikevych, Yuri; Malovanyy, Myroslav; Atamanyuk, Volodymyr; Petrushka, Kateryna; Bukovinian State Medical University; National Natural Park “Vizhnitsky”; Lvivskyy Beton; Lviv Polytechnic National University
Ecological danger from uncontrolled
accumulation of arboreal wastes in the region of Pokuttia–
Bukovyna Carpathians has been estimated. The optimum
terms of wood wastes drying in an immobile layer have
been studied. The optimum conditions for getting fuel
brequettes from wood wastes by the pressing method havw
been set. Lignin-containing industrial wastes have been
used as a relating component. The principal technological
scheme has been offered for fuel granules production from wood wastes by the pressing method.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Łopata, Michał; Tandyrak, Renata; Augustyniak, Renata; Parszuto, Katarzyna; Płachta, Anna; Cybulska, Zuzanna; University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
The paper evaluates the potential impact of
internal biogenic pollutants (phosphorus) on the trophic
state of the deep, stratified Lake Swiete in Obra, Poland
(area 23.3 ha, depth 15.3 m). The amount of phosphorus
in interstitial water was analyzed on the basis of spatial
studies of 10 cm of surface sediments of bottom
sediments. It has been shown that the release of loading
accumulated in the water can worsen the trophic state of the lake.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Tkachenko, Tetyana; Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture
The article deals with the main scientific
priorities of the development of environmental research
in Kiev National University of Construction and
Architecture under the leadership of the Head of the
Department of Labour Protection and the Environment,
Doctor of technical sciences, Professor Voloshkina O. S.
Current priorities of her scientific research are:
management of ecological safety of atmospheric air in
the area of motorway overpasses and formation of
photochemical smog; increase in the environmental and
energy efficiency of “green building"; introduction of
“green structures” into the domestic construction in
urbocenoses during the reconstruction and construction
of residential and industrial premises; ecological issues
in the construction industry.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Shapovalov, Yevhenii; Salyuk, Anatoliy; Kotynsky, Andrii; Tarasenko, Roman; National Center “Junior Academy of Sciences of Ukraine”; National University of Food Technologies; National academy of science of Ukraine
The studies were conducted in batch mode in
thirteen repetitions at humidity of 78, 80, 82 and 84 %.
The coefficient of variation of methane production
varied from 14.84 % to 35.17 % in a mesophilic mode
and from 14.4 % to 78.21 % in a thermophilic mode,
which means high instability of the process. The
moisture content had a much greater effect on the
stability of the process in thermophilic conditions than in mesophilic ones.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Gruca-Rokosz, Renata; Cieśla, Maksymilian; Rzeszów University of Technology
This paper presents the results of first
studies concerning the content of black carbon (BC)
(which may be played a significant role in the
accumulation of dangerous pollutants) in sediments of
three reservoirs located in south-eastern Poland. The
BC studies made use of the chemical-thermal oxidation method (CTO-375).
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Tymchuk, Ivan; Kanda, Maria; Malovanyy, Myroslav; Lviv Polytechnic National University
This research is devoted to ecological
problems associated with the development of poultry
farming in Ukraine. It provides practical approach to the
reduction of ammonium emissions from poultry farms,
which results in an opportunity to produce organicmineral
fertiliser. Organic-mineral fertilisers obtained
this way were tested in field.
(Lviv Politechnic Publishing House, 2019-02-26) Lyuta, Oksana; Sabadash, Vira; Beymuk, Mariya; Gumnitsky, Jaroslav; Lviv Polytechnic National University
The problem of permanent and prolonged
pollution of soils by various kinds of pollutants, in
particular heavy metals, was analyzed. Experimental
investigations of penetration of copper sulfate into a
vertical soil profile have been carried out. The
adsorption capacity of the sandy environment of copper sulfate was experimentally determined.