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PostDiwali pollution level increases in the Bhubaneswar

NYOOOZ 2018-11-08 05:30:00

PostDiwali pollution level increases in the Bhubaneswar

  • | Thursday | 8th November, 2018

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But the air quality started deteriorating rapidly and between 8 pm to 9 pm it reached 369 and at 10 pm it was 361. The AQI is calculated for four major air pollutants including ground level ozone carbon monoxide , and sulfur dioxide.At master Canteen square the AQI recorded was 54 at 10 am on Wednesday morning at Master Canteen Square. BHUBANESWAR: Air pollution levels in the capital city of Bhubaneswar dropped drastically after Wednesday’s Diwali celebrations as the time restrictions imposed by the Supreme Court on bursting of crackers went for a toss.According to Air Quality Index (AQI) of the city recorded at several locations in the city has increased to ‘hazardous’ levels after people started bursting crackers. “PM2.5 are very fine particles that get deep into lungs and some may even get into the bloodstream. Exposure to these particles can affect a person's lungs and heart and cause many non-communicable diseases like cancer.

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