Screen Shot 2016-05-01 at 5.28.57 PM.pngOn April 24, ozone levels hit 75 parts per billion or 150 µg/m³, the first sharp rise seen during the scheme, from around 62 parts per billion or 124 µg/m³ the preceding day.”

The Indian Express provides “the lowdown on ozone and levels of particulate matter during the second phase of odd-even scheme, where they were in the run-up to the curbs being put in place, and a comparison with trends during the corresponding period last year….” Read about the comparison levels of ozone, PM1, PM2.5, PM 10 and what scientists and experts have to say about the data, the meteorological conditions, and the impact of the latest odd-even scheme on air quality.  The Indian Express. Read it on

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