Russia: emissions from stationary sources 2010-2018, by type

The volume of nitric oxides (NOx), the major air pollutant emitted by stationary sources in Russia significantly decreased from over six million metric tons 2012 to under 4.9 million metric tons of NO2 equivalent in 2018. Furthermore, carbon oxide (CO) emissions declined in volume since the beginning of the observed period, slightly exceeding 1.5 million metric tons in the latest year under consideration.

Air pollutant emissions volume from stationary sources in Russia from 2010 to 2018, by pollutant

Carbon oxideNitric oxides*Volatile organic compoundsSulphur dioxideSolid subtances
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Release date

September 2019



Survey time period

2010 to 2018

Supplementary notes

* Expressed in nitrogen dioxide (NO2) equivalent.

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