Pollution watch to get more real with 3 new air quality monitoring stations: India Today

 

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“Delhi will soon get a boost in its fight against pollution with three new air quality monitoring stations, besides several mobile reading units. The Capital, currently, has six monitoring stations under the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC), located at: RK Puram, Civil Lines, Mandir Marg, Punjabi Bagh, Anand Vihar and IGI Airport.

“The mobile units which roamed Delhi’s streets during the ‘Odd-even’ scheme were all borrowed from Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi), Council of Scientific and Industrial Research and Central Pollution Control Board.

“Global tenders have already been floated with regard to some of these, Ashwani Kumar, Secretary (Environment and Forest Department) confirmed to Mail today. Notably, to augment its pollution-alleviation measures, the government is also planning to set up real-time water quality monitoring stations along Yamuna.” India Today. Read it on delhiair.org.

Pollution watch to get more real with 3 new air quality monitoring stations

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