Environmental Monitoring

Accredited services by the Hellenic Accreditation System S.A.

Sampling and mass concentration gravimetric determination of suspended particles PM10 based on the U.S. EPA PM-10 Reference Designation RFPS-1298-126 method. Measurement of lead (Pb) in the PM10 fraction of suspended particulate matter based on the method ELOT EN 14902:2005. Determination of particle-phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (P.A.H.) based on the method ELOT ISO 16362. More information relatively to services provided by the Atmospheric Chemisty Laboratory is available in the laboratory web page www.aclab.noa.gr


Non accredited services

Sampling and mass concentration gravimetric determination of suspended particles PM2.5, PM2.5-10 and PM10 in ambient air. Passive sampling of ozone (O3) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) with photometric determination of their atmospheric concentrations. More information relatively to services provided by the Atmospheric Chemisty Laboratory is available in the laboratory web page www.aclab.noa.gr


Atmospheric Pollution Monitoring

Atmospheric Chemisty Laboratory operates a Mobile Air Quality Monitoring Station, hosted in a VAN type vehicle, for the monitoring of the main air pollutants levels (NO, ΝΟ2, O3, SO2, CO, HC, CH4, PM10). The Mobile Station provides flexibility in equipment transport around the Greek periphery for air pollution levels monitoring. More information relatively to services provided by the Atmospheric Chemisty Laboratory is available in the laboratory web page www.aclab.noa.gr


Environmental Noise Monitoring

Services on environmental noise monitoring and Strategic Noise Mapping and Action Planning in accordance with the requirements of END (Environmental Noise Directive 2002/49/EC). The equipment used (noise meters, accelerometers) meets national and international standards. The noise models used are well accepted worldwide.


Assessment of the corrosion of materials

Almost all materials undergo corrosion if exposed outdoors. This is due to the influence of environmental factors such as rain, humidity, temperature, air pollutants. The corrosion intensity of materials with archaeological importance (marble, sandstone, limestone) or modern materials (aluminum, bronze, weathering steel, copper, zinc) can be estimated during a given period and the corresponding corrosion rate can be reported


Researchers Involved
Dr. Gerasopoulos EvangelosResearch Director

Dr. Gerasopoulos Evangelos

egera@noa.gr
+30 210 8109124
CV

Dr. Kotronarou AnastasiaResearch Director

Dr. Kotronarou Anastasia

natasha@noa.gr
+30 210 8109138
CV

Dr. Liakakou EleniAssociate Researcher

Dr. Liakakou Eleni

liakakou@noa.gr
+30 210 8109139
CV

Dr. Kambezidis HarryResearch Director

Dr. Kambezidis Harry

harry@noa.gr
+30 210 3490119
CV

Dr. Psiloglou VassilisSenior Researcher

Dr. Psiloglou Vassilis

bill@noa.gr
+30 210 8109133
CV

Staff Involved

Mr. Roukounakis Nikos
Dr. Kalliampakos George
Mr. Kappos Nikos

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