Delhi Air Quality (pc: social media)
New Delhi: The national capital Delhi is once again coming under the grip of poisonous air, in such a situation, the Government’s concern has increased. According to government agencies, the air quality may fall further in the coming days. Due to which the change in wind direction and speed will decrease.
This can cause the Air Quality Index (AQI) to be in a very poor category. In such a situation, the government has started trying to find a solution.
Air quality may worsen on Wednesday:
SAFAR, an air pollution testing organization, has said that the Air Quality Index (AQI) on Wednesday could fall into a very poor category due to changes in wind direction and speed reduction. Let us know that the 24-hour average of the Air Quality Index in Delhi was recorded at 244. Earlier on Sunday, AQI was 254. On Thursday, it was very poor i.e. 315 was recorded.
Talking about AQI, 201 to 300 means bad, 300 to 400 means very bad, 401-500 means serious and above 500, it is recorded in the worst or emergency situation. Let us know that almost every year before the Diwali, Delhi’s air quality starts falling. In Delhi, AQI is sometimes recorded poorly and sometimes even in an emergency. This is due to burning of straw in neighboring states, decrease in temperature and slowing of wind.
Wind in poor condition before Diwali:
The Environmental Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) has predicted that the wind may worsen in the coming days. In this time, the state governments of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana have been asked to close thermal power plants that do not meet the standards set in 2015. At the same time, the authority has asked both the states to give information about the steps to be taken to ensure the necessary precautions during extreme cold.
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