Measurement results

The latest data

percentage mg/m3
CO
Carbon oxide 0.193
in fractions of MAC
x
Carbon oxide
Main emission sources: road transport, thermal and power generation. Colorless gas without odor. Russian risk grade – 4.
NO2
Nitrogen dioxide 0.307
in fractions of MAC
x
Nitrogen dioxide
Main emission sources: road transport, petrochemical industry, thermal and power generation. When pure, yellowish-brown gas with specific odor; in ambient concentrations has no odor. Russian risk grade – 2.
NO
Nitrogen oxide 0.603
in fractions of MAC
x
Nitrogen oxide
Main emission sources: road transport, petrochemical industry, thermal and power generation. Colorless gas without odor. Russian risk grade –3.
PM2,5
Particulate matter PM2.5 0.134
in fractions of MAC
x
Particulate matter PM2.5
Main emission sources: long-range transboundary air pollution, road transport, industry. PM 2.5 is a dust fraction with aerodynamic diameter less than 2.5 µkm. Russian risk grade – not set.
H2S
Hydrogen sulfide 0.018
in fractions of the WHO criteria
x
Hydrogen sulfide
Main emission sources: dumps (in Moscow and Moscow Region), wastewater treatment facilities, oil refinery. Colorless gas with an odor of rotten eggs. Russian risk grade – 2.
CH4
Methane 0.03
in fractions of MAC
x
Methane
Main emission sources: natural factors and long-range transboundary air pollution (volcanoes, putrefaction of organics), wastewater treatment facilities, oil refinery, dumps (in Moscow and Moscow Region). Colorless gas without odor. Russian risk grade – not set.
CO
Carbon oxide 0.97
MAC 5 mg/m3
x
Carbon oxide
Main emission sources: road transport, thermal and power generation. Colorless gas without odor. Russian risk grade – 4.
NO2
Nitrogen dioxide 0.061
MAC 0.2 mg/m3
x
Nitrogen dioxide
Main emission sources: road transport, petrochemical industry, thermal and power generation. When pure, yellowish-brown gas with specific odor; in ambient concentrations has no odor. Russian risk grade – 2.
NO
Nitrogen oxide 0.241
MAC 0.4 mg/m3
x
Nitrogen oxide
Main emission sources: road transport, petrochemical industry, thermal and power generation. Colorless gas without odor. Russian risk grade –3.
PM2,5
Particulate matter PM2.5 0.021
MAC 0.16 mg/m3
x
Particulate matter PM2.5
Main emission sources: long-range transboundary air pollution, road transport, industry. PM 2.5 is a dust fraction with aerodynamic diameter less than 2.5 µkm. Russian risk grade – not set.
H2S
Hydrogen sulfide 0.003
The WHO criteria 0.15 mg/m3
x
Hydrogen sulfide
Main emission sources: dumps (in Moscow and Moscow Region), wastewater treatment facilities, oil refinery. Colorless gas with an odor of rotten eggs. Russian risk grade – 2.
CH4
Methane 1.47
MAC 50 mg/m3
x
Methane
Main emission sources: natural factors and long-range transboundary air pollution (volcanoes, putrefaction of organics), wastewater treatment facilities, oil refinery, dumps (in Moscow and Moscow Region). Colorless gas without odor. Russian risk grade – not set.

Air quality dynamics

Since data from the automatic monitoring stations is received in real time (without prior examination), cases of incorrect data representation or temporary absence of data are possible due to absence of connection or malfunction of the equipment

Air quality monitoring system in Moscow is based on automatic air quality monitoring stations.
Automatic air quality monitoring stations work nonstop and look like pavilions equipped with specialized analytical measurement devices. Each station is equipped with life support systems, which ensure proper functioning of the measuring devices. For example, temperature inside the station is maintained in the range from 15 to 25 0C as needed to assure proper functioning of the measuring devices.

Analytical equipment, used in the system, is certified and regularly verified.

Measurements are carried out continuously, averaged every 20 minutes and sent to the analytical center along with the meteorological data.


For most of the controlled pollutants maximum allowable concentrations (MACs) are set by the Russian hygienic regulations. MAC is a maximum concentration of the chemical substance in the environment, which during the defined time of exposure just will not cause any harmful effects on human health. According to the Sanitary Rules and Standards 2.1.6.1032-01 two types of MACs are set: short-time (one-time) and daily average. Some substances, however, have no MACs.

Concentration, in fractions of MAC mg/m3

percentage mg/m3
CH4 CO H2S NO NO2 PM2,5
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Description of the station

Installation year: 2015
Site type: urban
Site characteristics: near motorways.

Controlled parameters: carbon oxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), nitrogen oxide (NO), ozone (O3), particulate matter PM10 and PM2.5, meteorological parameters.