Ennotes Air Qulity Management Services

Ennotes Air Qulity Management Services

Ennotes was established by a professional team, in order to giving air quality consultancy and modelling services in 2010. We have completed air quality assessment studies for most important investments and project of Turkey. We serve meteorologically integrated air quality consultancy services. With our academic and technical partners such as environmental laboratories, EIA consultants etc. make us more powerfull. Whether your project on industrial scale or governmental scale, we have right solutions for you.

Company details

Mustafa Kemal Mah. Via Green Is Mrk. B-36 Cankaya , Ankara , 06000 Ankara Turkey

Locations Served

Business Type:
Engineering service provider
Industry Type:
Air and Climate - Air Consulting and Engineering
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)
Year Founded:
2010

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Air Quality Pre-Assessment Study for 13 Province of Turkey

Emission inventory calulations, pollution dispersion map preperation, sattelite data analysis and numerical climate and air quality modelling work packages of 'Air Quality Pre-Assessment Study for 13 Province of Turkey' was tendered by Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and conducted by DOKAY Engineering and Consultancy Ltd Co.


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TAV Izmir Adnan Menderes International Aırport Expansion Project

Environmental effect evaluation study to vicinities of aircraft and other emission sources such as ground support equipments, auxiliary power units, vehicle traffic, stationary sources etc. of Izmir Adnan Menderes International Aırport Expansion Project which is under the responsibility of TAV.

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South Stream Natural Gas Pipeline Project

Environmental asessment of emissions emmited from vessels and oter equipment that will be used for planned natural gas pipeline project in the Turkish Black Sea Exclusice Economical Zone that will be invested by Gazprom.

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Increased Sulfur Percentage Assessment Study in Coal for the Turkish Electricity Producers Association

Increased Sulfur Percentage Assessment Study in Coal for the Turkish Electricity Producers Association