Delhi’s air quality has dove under the “extreme” zone as the national capital was secured with a huge cloud of smoke, brought on by firecrackers as a feature of Diwali festival. The Center’s System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) has successfully recorded the level of respirable contaminations, PM 2.5 and PM 10, at 283 and 517 micrograms/ cubic meter separately at around 8 pm, disregarding as far as possible different times.
The recommended guidelines of PM 2.5 and PM 10 are 60 and 100 individually, and anything beyond this level may affect an individual respiratory system, SAFAR’s observing stations at PUSA Road, DU, Dhirpur, Mathura Road, Pitampura, and along with this Noida had air quality in the “extreme” zone. It had estimated that the city’s air will be extremely dirtied on 30th and 31st October respectively.
The Central Pollution Control Board’s observing stations in R K Puram, Mandir Marg, Shadipur, and Anand Vihar had comparative readings. Delhi Pollution Control Committee’s constant readings were likewise characteristic of the expanding contamination with an ascent in the quantities of firecrackers were going off.
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