THERMOELECTRIC AND TRAFFICKING AS A DISEASE OF SERIOUS DISEASES IN THE KËRÇOVA POPULATION

  • Gafurr Ajruli
  • Adem Xheladini
Keywords: thermoelectric, living environment, toxins, protection

Abstract

One of the most dangerous environmental pollutants in the Kërçova/Kicevo plain is Oslome's thermal power plant, 630 m above sea level, which produces electricity from coal burning, which is extracted from the surface of this country.
At the Oslomea thermal power plant during coal-fired power generation, these pollutants are released into the atmosphere: carbon monoxide (CO), sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon dioxide (CO2) and dust grace.
The measurement of these toxicants has been done in the laboratory for the protection of the environment near the power plant within 2013 and in the beginning of 2014, which are based on the tolerable limits but the occurrence of diseases in the population of this country is increasing and according to the statistics of the Health Bureau, Kërçova/Kicevo settlements occupy one of the first places in the Republic of Macedonia with dangerous cardiovascular, carcinogenic and contagious diseases.
Conclusion on environmental pollution in Kërçova/Kicevo's hail, from Oslomea's thermoelectric power plant is "as one of the most bad" that requires a more urgent solution, because it affects the health of the population of this country, the increase of mortality and the qualitative decrease of nutrients, which are obtained from the plant and animal world, which substances have in the past enabled the existence of this population and today have negative action in their health.

Published
2018-05-21
How to Cite
Ajruli, G., & Xheladini, A. (2018). THERMOELECTRIC AND TRAFFICKING AS A DISEASE OF SERIOUS DISEASES IN THE KËRÇOVA POPULATION. Knowledge International Journal, 23(6), 1803 - 1809. Retrieved from https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/KIJ/article/view/1755