It was already in the year 2000, when ELLE commenced to use the modern air pollution dispersion modelling programme ADMS, produced by the British company Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC). ELLE is an authorised distributor of the software produced by CERC in the Baltic States and is responsible for provision of support to the software users.
Currently the following products are available for sale:
ADMS 5 is an air pollution dispersion modelling programme used to model the air quality for industrial installations. Such software is also referred to as industrial model. The programme permits modelling the dispersion of the pollution from a number of pollution sources (up to 300) in one modelling cycle, taking into account flexible meteorological conditions, air pollution background level, variation of the emission rate with time, as well as other factors affecting the dispersion of pollution. ADMS software ensures accurate conformity of the calculated pollutant concentration with the measured data. Calculation results can be presented numerically and graphically, can be exported to different file formats, overlaid onto topographic maps or aerial photo, and are easily compared with the air quality standards.
ADMS Urban is an air quality management software for cities and agglomerations. Such software is also referred to as regional or planning model. The programme is used to assess the impact of great number of emission sources in large urban areas.
ADMS Roads is an air pollution dispersion model for air quality assessment and air pollution dispersion calculation for road networks and small towns. This model permits modelling the dispersion of pollution from a great number (up to 700) of road network sections or from several industrial sources in one calculation cycle.
ADMS Airport – a model for air quality management for airports.
ADMS Screen is a screening (indicative) model for the air pollution dispersion calculations. The model allows setting priorities in simple and fast manner, and indicates whether further modelling is required. It is suitable for indicative modelling of air quality for small boiler houses provided there is one stationary source. The model may also be used to calculate the optimal height of a stack.
The indicated measuring methods conform to the requirements of the Regulations No. 1015 of the Cabinet of Ministers of December 14, 2004 “Environmental requirements for management of small combustion plants”.
Additional information: Valts Vilnītis, Chairman of the Board